[ UK /ɹɪvˈɪvɪfˌa‍ɪ/ ]
  1. give new life or energy to
    This treatment repaired my health
    This will renovate my spirits
    A hot soup will revive me
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How To Use revivify In A Sentence

  • A scientist-explorer Langdon St. Ives and his valet, Hasbro, pursue their arch-nemesis, the hunchback Dr. Ignacio Narbondo, across Norway, contesting Narbondo's plot to destroy the earth and, later, efforts to revivify Narbondo's apparently frozen corpse. "Steampunk" Anthology, Edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer
  • Leopold is an eminent plant physiologist who discovered the essential metabolic process that allows seemingly inanimate seeds to quicken and spring to life with revivifying moisture.
  • He's been in Dunedin revivifying his flagging spirits with the pre-Raphaelite exhibition, but it already seems to have worn off.
  • I have seen a few accounts of folks who say they have run full blown hypnoanalysis upon themselves, but I've never experienced that sort of revivification with the ability to also direct the session myself one of the essential characteristics of true regression is to revivify or relive a memory as if it is happening again and not just to remember it. Hypnoanalysis . . . . . . a query with some thoughts
  • The fluent prose poems of Donna Stonecipher's The Reservoir also try to revivify autobiography: Stonecipher, however, enjoys explaining and elaborating almost as much as Greenfield enjoys leaving bits out.
  • Not only did Orwell write Animal Farm to revivify Stalinism's monstrous orchestrations of terror and deception; he reported them "on the ground" in the Spanish Civil War in 1937. Jim Sleeper: Behind The Snarking About OWS
  • His long-awaited sophomore collection finds the poet challenging and revivifying the dominant acid-jazz of contemporary Canadian verse.
  • One thing is certain: it has a tendency to enervate both body and mind, and were it not for the revivifying effects produced by a winter residence in the country, where gentlemen take to field sports, and ladies to razeed dresses, sensible shoes, and constitutional walks, the mortality among our "upper ten thousand" would, I believe, be frightful. Lands of the Slave and the Free Cuba, the United States, and Canada
  • By questioning established authority, founding new colleges, and revivifying evangelical zeal, it helped to prepare the revolutionary generation in America.
  • Reuse, revivify and be local With dining tables, I prefer antiques or recycling a client's existing piece. Monastic Fantastic
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