renewed

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

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RENEWED

John made a helpless gesture, and at a renewed call, went indoors.

They inspired me with a renewed confidence in our political future.

With a renewed sense of loss, Max saw that already she had put him out of her mind.

Duncan witnessed all their movements with renewed uneasiness.

She did not believe her own words, yet the mere saying of them gave her renewed hope.

Oh, I forgot,—I observe that you have renewed your intimacy with Legard.

The crass incongruity of her in that setting smote him with renewed force.

Twice he renewed his visit, but I did not receive him, but only bowed as I left my hotel.

Each century had renewed the city's glory as with the sap of immortal youth.

But now that my disguise had been penetrated, my old fears were renewed.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR RENEWED

newer

adjectivemodernized, restored

replaced

adjectivehaving another in its place
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