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Definition of Animated

  • Endowed with life; full of life or spirit; indicating animation; lively; vigorous.
  • having life or vigor or spirit

How to use animated in a sentence. Animated pronunciation.

The better a genus is fitted for variability in the conformation of its individuals, the higher is the rank it is entitled to hold in the graduated series of creatures capable of development; and it is precisely that wonderful many-sidedness of his inner life, and of its outward manifestation, which assigns to man his superiority over all other animated beings.
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He came honestly by the patrician quality that unconsciously animated all his books, for his family was both ancient and noble.
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His most ardent admirer at this moment is Mr. Baring, who is at the same time animated by a strange jealousy of Turgenev's fame, and seems to think it necessary to belittle the author of "Fathers and Children" in order to magnify the author of "Crime and Punishment.
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This tale told in the most animated and amusing manner by his Majesty excited bursts of laughter from the two princesses.
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When he approached the baptismal font to present the child to be anointed there was a moment of silence and religious contemplation, which formed a touching contrast to the vociferous gayety which at the same moment animated the crowd outside, whom the spectacle of the brilliant fireworks had drawn from all parts of Paris to the Tuileries.
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Josephine needed more excitement; her life had been also more in the outside world, more animated, more expansive; though this did not prevent her being very faithful to the duties of her domestic life, and very tender and loving towards her husband, whom she knew how to render happy in her own way.
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Crewe, quite insensible to atmospheric influence, came forward with his wonted brisk step and animated visage.
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The police-officer, animated by a brisk succession of events such as he could not hope for every day, raised the prostrate figure, and speedily announced that the wound was not mortal.
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But they exchanged animated observations, to which the hidden Count lent an attentive ear.
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Madame de Tecle, half hidden on her sofa, and seemingly busied with her embroidery, animated all by a glance, softened all by a word.
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However vividly the famed gallantry of the young Count rose to her memory, she thought so noted a ladykiller as he might adopt unusual methods, and might think himself entitled to dispense with much ceremony in dealing with an humble provincial. Animated by these ideas, she resolved to receive him in the garden, having remarked, during her short experience, that open air and a wide, open space were not favorable to bold wooers.
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Seeing her every day with that childlike intimacy which the country encourages-enhancing the graceful movements of this accomplished person, ever self-possessed and equally prepared for duty or for pleasure-as animated as passion, yet as severe as virtue-he conceived for her a genuine worship.
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Since that time she was animated against her nephew and the Marquise with the rage of one of the Furies.
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The active ardor, almost feverish, which had animated until then his life, his speech, his eyes, was suddenly quenched.
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As screaming was now the fashion, all the women of course screamed; and animated by the example of their sovereign, and armed with the marine gems, the Amazons assumed an imposing attitude.
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This, however, was not easy; and Popanilla, animated for the moment by his natural aristocratic disposition, and emboldened by his superior size and strength, began to clear his way in a manner which was more cogent than logical.
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All looked so interested and so intelligent; their eyes were so anxious, their gestures so animated, their manners so earnest.
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Speaking in particular of the evil effects of that particular "species of criminal legislation to which sumptuary laws belong," Mr. Carter, after dwelling upon the subject in detail, says: An especially pernicious effect is that society becomes divided between the friends and the foes of repressive laws, and the opposing parties become animated with hostility which prevents united action for purposes considered beneficial by both.
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The ancients had an opinion of certain women of Scythia, that being animated and enraged against any one, they killed him only with their looks.
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By his determined rattling he had now collected the animated attention of some half-dozen apes.
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Examples of Animated

Example #1
Some few of our qualities and activities can be fitly symbolized in allegorical fashion by animals; thus, courage finds an emblem in the lion, gentleness in the dove, but the perfect human form has satisfied a thousand generations, and will satisfy a thousand more, when we desire to reduce the divinity to a sensible image, for, in truth, our heart is as surely capable of comprehending "God in us,"-that is in our feelings- as our intellect is capable of comprehending His outward manifestation in the universe.
Example #2
The path of every star is fixed and limited, every plant bears flowers and fruit which in form and color exactly resemble their kind, and in all the fundamental characteristics of their qualities and dispositions, of their instinctive bent and external impulse, all animals of the same species resemble each other; thus, the hunter who knows the red-deer in his father's forest, may know in every forest on earth how the stag will behave in any given case.
Example #3
His mother was wealthy, and in 1817 was married to a handsome, unprincipled military officer six years younger than herself.
Example #4
Thus, although the temperament of Turgenev was entirely different from that of Gogol, he was born not far from the latter's beloved Ukraine.
Example #5
Dostoevski's inequalities as a writer are so great that it is no wonder he has been condemned by some critics as a mere journalistic maker of melodrama, while others have exhausted their entire stock of adjectives in his exaltation.
Example #6
His novels are filled with his personal experiences, he had an almost abnormal self-consciousness, and he bitterly complained that Turgenev, who did not need the money, received much more for his work than he.