[ UK /ɹɪsˈʌsɪtˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
[ US /ɹɪˈsəsɪˌteɪtɪd/ ]
  1. restored to life or consciousness
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How To Use resuscitated In A Sentence

  • Can one not wager that it is Agnes ‘herself’ come to voice, and the cry the resuscitated irruptive voice of the dead, a true, unexpected prosopopoeia?
  • British patient has undergone a pioneering lung transplant involving damaged donor lungs that were "resuscitated" in a laboratory to make them suitable for use. - Articles related to Marijuana, Alcohol Addiction May Share Genes
  • Her heart had stopped, but the doctors successfully resuscitated her.
  • I felt less anxious then than I did during high school because of having resuscitated my passion for writing.
  • Pretense, whispers, deceit, all to hide the same opinion that the "resuscitated" commander now flippantly tosses out to foreign journalist. Yoani Sanchez: Fidel Castro Joins the Opposition
  • The resuscitated patients often speak of a great sense of disappointment and loss on waking.
  • I collapsed, was resuscitated, struggled for a bit, and was moved to the intensive care unit and then to another hospital.
  • For, following Bruce, led in fact by a string, came an awful apparition -- Juno herself, a pitiable mass of caninity -- looking like the resuscitated corpse of a dog that had been nine days buried, crowded with lumps, and speckled with cuts, going on three legs, and having her head and throat swollen to a size past recognition. Alec Forbes of Howglen
  • For his part, Petrarch had resuscitated such classical authors as Pliny the Younger, who in his private letters described his study — "cubiculi mei" — as located near the bedroom and furnished with an armarium containing books to be read "over and over again. Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro
  • Can the debate over euthanasia be "resuscitated" such that all sides are put out of their misery when the arguing back and forth drives them up a wall? The New Republic - All Feed
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