renew

[ ri-noo, -nyoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF renew

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RENEW

Let us renew our determination, our courage, and our strength.

Above all else, the time has come for us to renew our faith in ourselves and in America.

Will the world ever be so decayed that spring may not renew its greenness?

To renew America we must meet challenges abroad, as well as at home.

The saints are always victorious, and yet they are constantly obliged to renew the battle.

I am sure of Sir James at any time, and could make him renew his application by a line.

Lying on my back and gazing up, I felt reluctant to rise and renew my ramble.

It remains only to renew the declaration, that every part of this narrative is supposed to be true.

He was even more eager to renew the work, since he had come so near to success.

Duncan noted the object, and prepared himself to renew the trial.

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