Currently, the stimulator works on one leg at a time, and thus cannot be used to restore walking.
Intellectually, spiritually, and socially he was the most brilliant leader and stimulator of artists we have ever seen in England.
As a stimulator of public opinion the work he did was enormous.
Therefore it is properly a direct respiratory, cardiac and vasomotor stimulant and indirectly a stimulator of all vital processes.
The oppressed needs the stimulator and firer, because he lacks the independence and faculty for initiative.
This man is the idol of the people, their passion, the ruler of their souls, the stimulator of their enthusiasm.
So was he, a moral invigorant, the stimulator to noble action, the centre of spiritual charm.
The proximate mover or stimulator of change (Efficient) ἡ τί πρῶτον ἐκίνησε.
And truly Mr. Chesterton is invaluable as a quickener and stimulator of the minds of his readers.
The pack is a derivative, sedative, sudorific and stimulator of cutaneous excretion.
stimulator stim·u·la·tor (stĭm'yə-lā'tər)
Someone or something that stimulates.
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.