[ US /ɹiˈvaɪvɪŋ, ɹɪˈvaɪvɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪvˈa‍ɪvɪŋ/ ]
  1. tending to impart new life and vigor to
    the renewing warmth of the sunshine
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How To Use reviving In A Sentence

  • Equal numbers have congratulated the ad agency for reviving memories of the thrill of discovering a baby is on the way.
  • We often read about overwrought ladies reaching for their vinaigrettes, or of stalwart heroes reviving a swooning damsel by waving a vinaigrette beneath her nose.
  • Moreover, the combined salaries of the three wardens or lieutenants was now less than £400 per annum, and much of this was recouped by reviving the ancient practice of farming the shrievalties.
  • Banks and businesses had been rapidly reviving business activities in China.
  • She is now credited with reviving the entire movement. The Sun
  • Young company Waking Exploits are reviving this boisterous comedy and taking it out on tour at a moment in time when people's faith in financial institutions is at an all-time low and the word banker has almost become synonymous with villain. This week's new theatre
  • A $5.4 million grant that paid for extra street cleaning and garbage pickup is about to run out, reviving a call to bring a business improvement district to the neighborhood .
  • But in truth we have chosen to shelve the unification-independence dispute and focus on reviving the economy and strengthening Taiwan.
  • Nobody fully understands the enormity and complexity of the task of reviving the country's economy.
  • When taking customer feedback, important to double-back to create evangelists called the groundswell that succeeded in reviving the TV show "Jericho"'squeeky wheels' The revival failed. The Flack
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