And then we transcribed it and discussed it, and it stimulated my thinking and their thinking.
Certainly, it's believed that children are stimulated in that way by owning and expressing themselves with dolls.
And as president he lowered marginal tax rates and stimulated the economy.
Melodramatic telenovelas have helped bring down the birth rate and stimulated literacy in Mexico and Brazil.
At the same time, the U.K has adopted policies that have stimulated growth.
The warlike zeal of the English barons was stimulated by liberal grants of the forfeited estates of Bruce and his partisans.
Promptitude in action may be stimulated by a due consideration of the value of time.
The scent of a big item was in his nostrils, and it stimulated him like champagne.
Stanton, like others, may be stimulated by the amor sceleratus of power.
There may be those who are stimulated to achievement by being in love, though I doubt it.
stimulate stim·u·late (stĭm'yə-lāt')
v. stim·u·lat·ed, stim·u·lat·ing, stim·u·lates
To arouse a body or a responsive structure to increased functional activity.