reanimation[ ree-an-uh-meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF reanimation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REANIMATION
According to all of the Evangelists it was merely a reanimation of his undecayed body.
Upon which he answered that he did not understand the art of reanimation.
That was most wonderful—like a new birth, rather than a reanimation.
And now behold what a miracle of reanimation may be wrought by a few handfuls of bread grain!
If reanimation follows comatose states, why should it not follow death?
But this reanimation of energy was but a transient phenomenoa It did not survive the first freshness of its exciting cause.
Having opened his father's casque, he was rejoiced to see him give symptoms of reanimation.
His bosom began to heave, his breath issued forth more freely, his glazed eyes showed signs of reanimation.
The fort, showing signs of reanimation, was treated to another bombardment, which effectually settled it.
I experienced a sudden rush of blood to my temples—a giddy and overpowering sense of deliverance and reanimation.