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Adjective
Having been invigorated or infused with energy
Adjective
Experiencing a feeling of positivity, satisfaction, or enjoyment
Adjective
Cured
Adjective
Restored
Verb
To have contributed in some way to
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Past tense for to raise back to life from the dead
“Later, the Saint revealed that he had attained the power to revive the dead.”
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Past tense for to be restored to life
“The dead would revive, the buffalo would teem again, and the barbarians would be wiped off the earth.”
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Past tense for to restore to consciousness
“Attempts to revive him at the water's edge were successful, and he made a full recovery at the hospital.”
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Past tense for to recuperate or reawaken, especially after having lost consciousness
“Thinking that he would revive after warmth and care, and not wishing his sister to see him as he was, I took him to my house instead of his own.”
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Past tense for to bring back or restore interest in something
“Recent attempts to revive viticultural traditions and make wine have met with modest success.”
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Past tense for to give new strength, energy or freshness to
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“I bring you the refreshing draught of Hope, to revive your spirits and restore your strength!”
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Past tense for to redo, especially a stage production or entertainment piece
“The promise made by his Majesty to revive the old classic drama is now about to be fulfilled.”
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Past tense for to restore (something) to its former condition
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“In either case, every attempt will be made to revive these ailing airlines, and bankruptcy will be considered as an option-of-last-resort.”
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Past tense for to resume after a brief discontinuance
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Past tense for to arouse or trigger, especially feelings or emotions
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Past tense for to become sound or healthy again
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Past tense for to remember or bring back to mind a memory
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Past tense for of hounds, to retrace a course in order to pick up a lost scent
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Past tense for to bring to mind the past, especially if unpleasant or embarrassing
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Past tense for to make a duplicate or exact copy of
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Past tense for to return
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Past tense for to restore (someone) to a physically sound or healthy condition
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Past tense for make widely popular, accessible
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