[ UK /ɹiːˈænɪmˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. given fresh life or vigor or spirit
    stirred by revived hopes
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How To Use reanimated In A Sentence

  • An Iron Ancestor is a reanimated and iron - forged dead body possessed by a ghost.
  • IN the evening this surprising heavy tempest passed off, we had a serene sky and a pleasant cool night; having had time enough to collect a great quantity of wood and Pine knots to feed our fires and keep up a light in our camp, which was a lucky precaution, as we found it absolutely necessary to dry our clothes and warm ourselves, for all our skins and bedding were cast over the packs of merchandize to prevent them and our provision from being injured by the deluge of rain; next day was cool and pleasant, the air having recovered its elasticity and vivific spirit; I found myself cheerful and invigorated; indeed all around us appeared reanimated, and nature presents her cheerful countenance; the vegetables smile in their blooming decorations and sparkling crystaline dew-drop. Travels Through North & South Carolina, Georgia, East & West Florida, the Cherokee Country, the Extensive Territories of the Muscogulges, or Creek Confederacy, and the Country of the Chactaws; Containing An Account of the Soil and Natural Producti
  • Never underestimate the metaphorical power of reanimated corpses.
  • It did not pain me instead it revived, reanimated and retrieved me.
  • Before we can even be in a position to make such a choice the democratic model of self-defense will have to be reanimated.
  • Anyone bitten by a zombie dies and is reanimated as one of them.
  • He seats his guests in the living room, while the meeting gets reanimated.
  • Zombies, that is to say the reanimated dead, is really the only other thing left, besides ghost stories, that really terrify me. Home Theater Forum
  • Twenty years later, Hip-Hop culture reanimated this particular activist thread, lyrically reporting on the nature of unfairness of the judicial system and the abuse of power by law enforcement. Mark Anthony Neal: "Who Got the Camera?": Hip-Hop's Quest for Social Justice
  • The theme here is that soldiers who have been killed are "reanimated" and "enhanced" to become a super fighting force. GI (Government Issue) Goes to A New Level
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