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synonyms for resurrect

  • energize
  • recover
  • rejuvenate
  • rekindle
  • renew
  • renovate
  • restore
  • resuscitate
  • revitalize
  • rouse
  • animate
  • arouse
  • awaken
  • brighten
  • cheer
  • comfort
  • console
  • encourage
  • enkindle
  • enliven
  • exhilarate
  • gladden
  • inspirit
  • invigorate
  • overcome
  • please
  • quicken
  • rally
  • reactivate
  • reanimate
  • reawaken
  • recondition
  • refresh
  • relieve
  • repair
  • revivify
  • solace
  • strengthen
  • bounce back
  • breathe new life into
  • bring around
  • bring to
  • come around
  • come to life
  • make whole
  • snap out of it
  • spring up
  • touch up
  • wake up
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antonyms for resurrect

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  • destroy
  • kill
  • ruin
  • agitate
  • annoy
  • bore
  • damage
  • deaden
  • depress
  • discourage
  • dishearten
  • dispirit
  • dissuade
  • disturb
  • dull
  • enervate
  • hurt
  • injure
  • sadden
  • trouble
  • upset
  • weaken
  • worry
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How to use resurrect in a sentence

On Thursday, Missy Elliott resurrected one of her most iconic hairdos—a sleek face-framing pixie cut—and it looks like it came straight from the ’90s.
MISSY ELLIOTT’S NEW HAIRCUT LOOKS LIKE IT CAME STRAIGHT FROM THE ’90SJENNIFER FORDSEPTEMBER 25, 2020ESSENCE.COM
If the Port resurrects a new version of the fee in the future, the car companies must receive a 30-day notice “and all parties reserve their right to challenge the fee,” Page wrote in an email.
PORT SETTLEMENTS WILL SEND REFUNDS TO AIRPORT RENTAL CAR CUSTOMERSASHLY MCGLONESEPTEMBER 22, 2020VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
That this shift coincided with the Great Recession helped resurrect the global economy.
COULD THE RECESSION REVIVE THE SAVINGS GENE IN CHINA AND INDIA?PALLABI MUNSIAUGUST 16, 2020OZY
OceanSky is far from the only company pouring money into resurrecting the airship.
AIRSHIPS ARE NO LONGER A RELIC OF THE PAST; YOU COULD RIDE IN ONE BY 2023VANESSA BATES RAMIREZAUGUST 4, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
Most economists agree that the gold standard is an outdated idea that should not be resurrected.
SENATE COMMITTEE GAVE KEY APPROVAL TO FED NOMINEE’S UNORTHODOX ECONOMIC VIEWSKAREN HOJULY 21, 2020QUARTZ
Hence it is impossible to resurrect two bodies out of the material common to both.
A HISTORY OF MEDIAEVAL JEWISH PHILOSOPHYISAAC HUSIK
To resurrect these regions, to reconstruct these factories, raw materials are not now sufficient; we need means of transportation.
HARPER'S PICTORIAL LIBRARY OF THE WORLD WAR, VOLUME XIIVARIOUS
As for exhuming the files of the daily papers, one might as well try to resurrect Cheops.
SATAN'S INVISIBLE WORLD DISPLAYED OR, DESPAIRING DEMOCRACYW. T. STEAD
It was impossible for one of her acquaintances to resurrect so much as a buckle without her instant and cordial recognition.
LADY CASSANDRAMRS GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
Black-green foliage, the curious old-green of trees that never wither and never resurrect.
VIGNETTES OF SAN FRANCISCOALMIRA BAILEY
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WORDS RELATED TO RESURRECT

  • disclose
  • disembalm
  • disentomb
  • disinhume
  • disinter
  • resurrect
  • reveal
  • unbury
  • uncharnel
  • unearth
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.