Someone who's invigorated is filled with a new sense of energy or excitement. Your grandmother might look invigorated after her month-long vacation in Hawaii.

Use the adjective invigorated to describe a person who's glowing with health or whose eyes are shining with enthusiasm. Your cousins may be famous for their invigorated expressions, beaming with energy; or you may return from a long swim in a cold lake feeling invigorated. At the heart of invigorated is vigor, which means "health or strength." It comes from the Latin vigorem, "liveliness, activity, or force."

Definitions of invigorated

adj with restored energy

fresh, refreshed, reinvigorated
not tired; refreshed as by sleeping or relaxing

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