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revival
  1. The act of reviving, or the state of being revived
  2. Renewed attention to something, as to letters or literature.
  3. Renewed performance of, or interest in, something, such as drama or literature.
  4. Renewed interest in religion, after indifference and decline; a period of religious awakening; special religious interest.
  5. A Christian religious meeting held to inspire active members of a church body or to gain new converts.
  6. Reanimation from a state of languor or depression; applied to health, a person's spirits, etc.
  7. Renewed pursuit, or cultivation, or flourishing state of something, as of commerce, arts, agriculture.
  8. Renewed prevalence of something, as a practice or a fashion.
  9. Restoration of force, validity, or effect; renewal.
  10. Revivification, as of a metal.
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  12. Examples:
    1. “And, while it is no longer in its original location, Cotton Club has seen a jazz revival with the renaissance of the Harlem neighborhood.”
      “If he plays like that every time he is captain, we are in for a revival of England football fortunes.”
      “A tremendous amount of effort is being made to equate the Lake District and surrounds with the revival of regional foods.”
revivor
  1. (Britain, law) revival of a suit which is abated by the death or marriage of any of the parties.
  2. (Ireland, law) revival into force of a statute which had previously been repealed
revivification
  1. The act of reviving; restoration of life.
  2. (chemistry) The reduction of a metal from a state of combination to its metallic state.
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  4. Examples:
    1. “Dr Allawi cannot and does not claim credit for the democratic revivification of his country.”
      “Maybe the nation really has put Vietnam behind it, despite the current attempts at revivification.”
      “This aptitude of revivification is found to a high degree in animalcules of low order.”
revivalism
  1. Advocacy for the revival of a former practice, custom, etc.
  2. Spiritual fervour of or for a religious revival.
  3. Examples:
    1. “The growth of revivalism as a collective phenomenon in recent decades might also be seen in relation to more general reactions against nostalgia.”
      “Irish revivalism, an example of linguistic nationalism, arrived only when the language was already in grave peril.”
      “Its class meetings, love feasts, and camp meetings were major engines of revivalism.”
revitalization
  1. The act of revitalizing; reactivation
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The newly restored theatre has inspired further revitalization of the city's theatre district.”
      “Strategies to manage capital resources for urban revitalization must come from the central city itself.”
      “The Cultural Revolution was essentially a revitalization movement, a kind of millenarian movement designed to purify, intensify, and apotheosize.”
reviver
  1. Agent noun of revive; one who revives.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Driver reviver stops provide free tea and coffee and give you opportunity to take a break without going too far out of your way.”
      “Judging by the fat bottles all down the dinner table of this hotel, that reviver of mankind is cheaper here than water.”
      “Thomas Rickman, the reviver and historian of Gothic architecture, practised as an architect in Birmingham.”
revitalizer
  1. One who, or that which, revitalizes.
  2. Examples:
    1. “Biossance The Revitalizer is a multi-purpose skin care product that is dermatologist tested, paraben-free, noncomedogenic, hypoallergenic, and suitable for all skin types.”
reviving
revivability
  1. The state of being revivable.
revivication
  1. (obsolete) The act of revivicating.
revivifier
  1. One who revivifies.
revivement
  1. (obsolete) revival
revivifications
revitalizations
revivications
  1. plural of revivication
revivabilities
  1. plural of revivability
revitalizers
  1. plural of revitalizer
revivements
  1. plural of revivement
  2. Examples:
    1. “Lauer was recruited last year by Rolf Klug in the run-up of the long planned revivements of Atronic's leadership.”
revivalisms
  1. plural of revivalism
revivifiers
  1. plural of revivifier
revivings
revivals
  1. plural of revival
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “The troupe ushered in three successful premieres and produced several revivals of note.”
      “As soon as the suppressive policy relaxed, however, religious revivals burst through the vast land.”
      “In fashion and music, cycles of revivals, retrospectives, and recombinations have emerged, defining styles with an eerie predictability.”
revivers
  1. plural of reviver
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  3. Examples:
    1. “Hong Kong's unemployment rate dropped marginally in April to a 17-month low of 7.1 per cent, helped by the twin economic revivers of tourism and consumer spending.”
      “From the 1840s it was the norm for the Anglo-Indian church builder to follow the precedent set by the revivers of the many permutations of Gothic in England.”
revivors
  1. plural of revivor
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