[ US /ɹiˈnud, ɹɪˈnud/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪnjˈuːd/ ]
  1. restored to a new condition
    felt renewed strength
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How To Use renewed In A Sentence

  • Elizabeth had been a good deal disappointed in not finding a letter from Jane on their first arrival at Lambton; and this disappointment had been renewed on each of the mornings that had now been spent there; but on the third her repining was over, and her sister justified, by the receipt of two letters from her at once, on one of which was marked that it had been missent elsewhere. Pride and Prejudice
  • Instead, the thin sandy developments defining the sequence boundaries suggest sandy sabkhas and sand sheets supplied by this undersaturated wind system and only preserved as a consequence of renewed lake-level rise.
  • They renewed their membership
  • The national park is under renewed threat from road-building schemes.
  • The disclosures last night provoked renewed condemnation of Britain's multibillion-pound arms industry for selling to both sides in the escalating Kashmir crisis.
  • If LTC Shaffer such a "desperado," why did he get a security clearance in the first place and why did it keep getting renewed? Danger Able Danger (re-edited)
  • He has fought back from a serious knee injury and an uncertain future at Chelsea to find renewed confidence with England. The Sun
  • Near her wandered her husband, orientally bland, invariably affable, and from time to time squinting sideways, as usual, in the ever-renewed expectation that he might catch a glimpse of his stiff, retroussé moustache. The Younger Set
  • Interestingly the manna did not fall on Sabbath, but the shewbread was renewed each Sabbath.
  • There have also been renewed fears of deflation in the eurozone and Japan. Times, Sunday Times
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