Basically means 'I have copied this and made it different, so it is technically mine.'
This was inspired by Jennifer Lawrence's look at the Golden Globe Awards.
by ATableSock December 8, 2013
Rises up to the challenges in life. / Sets goals. / Acheive goals. / Living up to all that could be!
In spite of all the hurdles in life, #20 rose up to the challenges, set and achieved goals ~ game-wise and personally, to becomme PRMHA bantam most inspirational hockey player of 2010.
by isabelydancer00 April 27, 2010
That feeling inside you that makes you want to try new things. It gives you hope inside and makes you see the world differently. If it's powerful enough, it can persuade you to do anything. Sometimes the person who inspires you could be a political figure, or a celebrity or even your parents. It could be anybody.
Bob: My inspiration is my dad.
Nel: Why?
Bob: Because he can fix anything.
by Hidden_Unseen April 26, 2013
A combination of the word inspiring and spiraling, common when a group of people are brainstorming, have a series of good ideas, and then those ideas get out of control or silly and the group has to rein back in the topic.
Mitchell, I really think your first idea was fantastic and spurred a lot of other ideas, but now we are inspiraling and need to refocus on which ideas are realistic.
by Table22forLife October 22, 2019
Inspirement: (Noun) Pronounced "In-spire-ment".
The act of becoming motivated, encouraged, and enthused to the point of making a significant difference or change.
Ex 1:

Person 1: Dude, I'm so burnt out from mid-terms, I really need some inspirement to make it through these finals.

Person 2: I know, man, I'm so worn down from all this work.
by Zom-B2487 December 23, 2008
1. amazing, brilliant, wonderful, impressive, exciting, outstanding, thrilling, memorable, dazzling, enthralling, superlative, of genius She produced an inspired performance.

2. stimulated, possessed, aroused, uplifted, exhilarated, stirred up, enthused, exalted, elated,
Of such surpassing brilliance or excellence as to suggest divine inspiration: an inspired musician; an inspired performance.

Aroused or guided by or as if aroused or guided by divine inspiration an inspired performance she was like one inspired.

Extremely accurate or apt but based on intuition rather than knowledge or logical deduction an inspired guess.

Resulting from such inspiration: an inspired poem; an inspired plan.

Inhaled: inspired air.

To fill with an animating, quickening, or exalting influence: His courage inspired his followers.

To produce or arouse (a feeling, thought, etc.): to inspire confidence in others.

To fill or affect with a specified feeling, thought, etc.: to inspire a person with distrust.

To give inspiration.

Being inspirated.

Aroused or guided by or as if aroused or guided by divine inspiration: an inspired performance ; she was like one inspired

Extremely accurate or apt but based on intuition rather than knowledge or logical deduction: an inspired guess
by TX97 June 30, 2011
Inspirate

incorrect Frenglish translation of the French verb inspirer

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Inspirate, per se, does not exist in English. The French term inspirer translated into English, is actually the verb to inspire in correct English, not Inspirate. Although, I will concede one point; inspiration in French does indeed translate to inspiration in English.
by Sexydimma April 13, 2013