juvenescence

NOUN
  1. the process of growing into a youth
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How To Use juvenescence In A Sentence

  • We are glad they have picked up something during their prolonged juvenescence. Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 159, 1920-07-28
  • Senescence leads to reproduction and the process of rejuvenescence in each asexual cycle carries the organism back to the same stage of youth.
  • Two categories of potential advantages of sex - variation and rejuvenescence - were hotly debated in the nineteenth century and today.
  • I believe that the happiest individuals are those who have reclaimed their juvenescence, or the power to grow young.
  • They who attempted to read the prophecy with accuracy were of opinion that the prophet had intimated that had the nation, even in this its crisis, consented to take him, the prophet, as its sole physician and to obey his prescription with childlike docility, health might not only have been reestablished, but a new juvenescence absolutely created. Phineas Redux
  • These great conjurors are generally sought for in the City; and in truth the cauldrons are kept boiling though the result of the process is seldom absolute rejuvenescence. The Way We Live Now
  • Variations of those characters are partly due to stressed environments, such as unstable, muddy substrates resulting in corallite rejuvenescence and redirection.
  • The pollen cells are formed from mother cells by a process of cell division and subsequent setting free of the daughter cells or pollen cells by rejuvenescence, which is distinctly comparable with that of the formation of the microspores of Lycopodiaceæ, etc. The subsequent behavior of the pollen cell, its division and its fertilization of the germinal vesicle or oosphere, leave no doubt as to its analogy with the microspore of vascular cryptogams. Scientific American Supplement, No. 531, March 6, 1886
  • They who attempted to read the prophecy with accuracy were of opinion that the prophet had intimated that had the nation, even in this its crisis, consented to take him, the prophet, as its sole physician and to obey his prescription with childlike docility, health might not only have been re-established, but a new juvenescence absolutely created. Phineas Redux
  • Gyllenhaal’s juvenescence is the magic that makes even Graysmith’s most mundane actions sparkle.
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