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The air from the water revived, reinvigorated both himself and his horse.
WAU-NAN-GEE OR THE MASSACRE AT CHICAGOMAJOR JOHN RICHARDSON
His cheek appeared flushed with the hues of youth and reinvigorated hope, yet withal of a youth without innocence or charm.
THE BLACK DOUGLASS. R. CROCKETT
It was a quite composed and reinvigorated Helen who summoned Bower from his contemplation of the weather portents.
THE SILENT BARRIERLOUIS TRACY
Reinvigorated by the fresh salt plunge, they resumed their draperies and walked slowly to the temple.
THE WOMAN WHO VOWEDELLISON HARDING
It had sometimes been that by my strength I had reinvigorated his halting courage.
THE FIXED PERIODANTHONY TROLLOPE
Every ruling family in the East, save such as slave marriages have reinvigorated, is one of these run-down and exhausted breeds.
GREATER BRITAINCHARLES WENTWORTH DILKE
But she always assured him that nothing so reinvigorated her as just one glass of sherry.
TRUE TO HIS COLOURSTHEODORE P. WILSON
Half an hour later Sellon returned, reinvigorated by his bath and clamouring for breakfast.
RENSHAW FANNING'S QUESTBERTRAM MITFORD
But it was now a great French republican nation remade and reinvigorated, as any one could see.
THE FOREST OF SWORDSJOSEPH A. ALTSHELER
The study, of course, exacts more acumen, but it also better satisfies our reinvigorated culture and opens broader horizons to us.