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adjective as in recovered

adjective as in reformed

adjective as in renewed

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Often, I find myself thinking about Ciara Boulding’s neighbors in 1941, emerging from their homes, seeing the devastation at Number 6, and looking up, with a mixture of guilt and gratitude, at the reborn sky.

Today, 18 months later, faith and hope are reborn with the change of administration.

Everywhere you looked, a powerhouse franchise was being sliced and diced, rebooted and reborn, from Disney princesses to Star Wars fighter pilots.

Holy Rood Cemetery — the final resting place for 7,000 people — has been reborn.

The Toronto and New York film festivals that follow Venice will be largely virtual this year, and the Telluride festival has been reborn as a drive-in series in Los Angeles.

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A second document was titled: “Gambia Reborn: A Charter for Transition from Dictatorship to Democracy and Development.”

Many Sailor Moon story arcs, in the comics and on television, end with the Sailor Senshi dying and being reborn.

Either way, the reborn classic quickly spread across the U.S…and moved to a more conventional drinking time.

We are introduced to Rome reborn, ancient and eternal but all the more potent.

When the long (1964–85) dictatorship in Brazil gave way to free and fair elections, civil society was reborn.

It terrified me, that insistent eternal cry of reborn nature that recked neither our sorrows nor our human passing.

Joan gazed forward into the distance like a soul dead and about to be reborn, planning a new life.

The spirits discarnate await a chance of entering into women, and being reborn.

His devotion makes him an "indispensable man;" he is reborn, and, according to his own words, he is "ripe for life."

It is reborn; it lives and dies in new Lokas or spheres, which gradually become purer and more subjective.


On this page you'll find 37 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reborn, such as: found, null, reclaimed, redeemed, rediscovered, and regained.

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