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- adj. Able to be inspired; capable of inspiring.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Capable of being inspired or drawn into the lungs; inhalable; respirable; admitting inspiration.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being inspired or breathed; that may be drawn into the lungs; inhalable, as air or vapors.
- That may become inspired or infused with something; capable of being affected by or as if by inspiration.
Gore's challenge will not inspire un-inspirable politicians to act.
No creature being can excel in order a soul so configured to God as to be inspirable by him; able to receive his impulse, fall into his movement, rest in his ends, and be finally perfected in the eternity of his joys.
In the capacity of this, he is called an inspirable creature, and has this for one of his highest distinctions.
My subject is, the spirit in man; or what is the same, the fact that we are, as being spirit, permeable and inspirable by the Almighty.
Observe also, in some particulars, what takes place in the human soul, as an inspirable nature, when it is practically filled and operated by the Spirit of God.
It is inspirable by electricity, and bears human hopes, fears, and loves in its own bosom.
He is so inspirable and deserves our efforts to continue his job.