renovation[ ren-uh-veyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF renovation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RENOVATION
He told of his return to Bayport, and the renovation of the old house.
Disease weakens the tree, making the expense of renovation greater.
I went in to tell Tom of the renovation and general reform that was about to begin.
The renovation of a covenant is not less a covenant than was the original bond.
Renovation has not laid her desecrating 19 hands on Rochefort.
The renovation of the home is one of the crying needs of the hour.
In his case, there seemed to be a renovation both of soul and body.
The Angel of Renovation had taught it to all as it hovered over the country.
The Stoics also believed in a periodical destruction and renovation of all things.
He took no apparent heed of her, but proceeded with the task of renovation.
c.1400, renovacyoun "spiritual rebirth," also "rebuilding, reconstruction," from Middle French renovation (13c.), or directly from Latin renovationem (nominative renovatio) "a renewing, renewal; a rest," noun of action from past participle stem of renovare "renew, restore," from re- "again" (see re-) + novare "make new," from novus "new" (see new).