Thesaurus / rejuvenate

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The two sides have tried to rejuvenate discussions and create target deadlines, including this month, but it didn’t generate all that much progress.
Many families put backcountry excursions on hold during the toddler years, which is a shame, because spending time in the wilderness is rejuvenating for kids and parents alike.
Wildfires are a natural part of many ecosystems in these western states, serving to rejuvenate forests and grasslands.
At such a great value, this scrub’s rejuvenating qualities will not disappoint.
Our study shows that blood transfers the brain-rejuvenating effects of exercise when the plasma is taken from mature and aged mice.
The old tree is throwing up new stems from its roots and may rejuvenate itself.
The great problem of any civilization is how to rejuvenate itself without rebarbarization.
On a famous occasion in the very remote past the great Giver of Life was summoned to rejuvenate the ageing king.
III, for the singular means employed by the "horse-dealers" to rejuvenate their slaves.
And maybe we could get Jeery Wade and his wife to rejuvenate and go with us.
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