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rejuvenating

See definition of rejuvenating on Dictionary.com
  • as inconvalescent
  • as ingrateful
  • as ininvigorating

synonyms for rejuvenating

  • ambulatory
  • healing
  • mending
  • rallying
  • strengthening
  • discharged
  • dismissed
  • gaining strength
  • getting better
  • getting over something
  • getting well
  • on the mend
  • past crisis
  • perked up
  • recovering
  • rejuvenated
  • released
  • restored
  • acceptable
  • favorable
  • good
  • gratifying
  • agreeable
  • comforting
  • congenial
  • consoling
  • delectable
  • delicious
  • delightful
  • desirable
  • pleasant
  • pleasurable
  • pleasureful
  • refreshing
  • renewing
  • restful
  • restorative
  • restoring
  • satisfactory
  • satisfying
  • solacing
  • welcome

antonyms for rejuvenating

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  • failing
  • faltering
  • sickly
  • weak
  • worsening
  • bad
  • disagreeable
  • abusive
  • heedless
  • mean
  • rude
  • thankless
  • unappreciative
  • ungrateful
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How to use rejuvenating in a sentence

He was, in fact, one among a few younger men who were already rejuvenating the teaching of philosophy in American colleges.
THE LETTERS OF WILLIAM JAMES, VOL. 1WILLIAM JAMES
After eating one of those rejuvenating apples, I shall return restored to youth!
THE STRAND MAGAZINE, VOLUME VII, ISSUE 41, MAY, 1894VARIOUS
And she looked a trifle witchy this morning without the rejuvenating spells of her maid.
WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
The night was cool and cloudy and there was still in the air that odd, rejuvenating suggestion of Spring.
JILL THE RECKLESSP. G. (PELHAM GRENVILLE) WODEHOUSE
Indeed, only barbarians are capable of rejuvenating a world laboring under the death throes of unnerved civilization.
THE ORIGIN OF THE FAMILY PRIVATE PROPERTY AND THE STATEFREDERICK ENGELS
There is nothing more rejuvenating than to let one's self thoroughly go now and then.
THE GARDEN, YOU, AND IMABEL OSGOOD WRIGHT
Dr. Harmen leaves tomorrow after weeks of rejuvenating pleasures out here.
LETTERS OF A DAKOTA DIVORCEEJANE BURR
The rejuvenating effects of sleep are due to man's temporary unawareness of body and breathing.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
Man is also under bond for rejuvenating gifts of nature, prodigal in earth, sea, and sky.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A YOGIPARAMHANSA YOGANANDA
We may even feel an organic need for all these things, cling to them tenaciously, and dream of rejuvenating them.
WINDS OF DOCTRINEGEORGE SANTAYANA
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO REJUVENATING

  • ambulatory
  • discharged
  • dismissed
  • gaining strength
  • getting better
  • getting over something
  • getting well
  • healing
  • mending
  • on the mend
  • past crisis
  • perked up
  • rallying
  • recovering
  • rejuvenated
  • rejuvenating
  • released
  • restored
  • strengthening
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.