stir (one's) blood

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stir (one's) blood

To put someone into a state of extreme excitement, enthusiasm, or determination. The president's famous speech still stirs my blood to this day. The show ends with a rousing musical number that is sure to stir your blood!
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stir somebody’s/the ˈblood

make somebody excited or enthusiastic: His political speeches are designed to stir the blood.
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You may find yourself provoking a reaction or a row simply to stir your blood.
OK, at football grounds some of it is genuine support, genuine passion - you would lack a heart if the sight of the Anfield crowd singing You'll Never Walk Alone failed to stir your blood.