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adjective as in rested

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Most travelers return home from trips revitalized and armed with new goals.

The revitalized warehouse district extends from NW 20th Street to NW 36th Street, from North Miami Avenue to NW 3rd.

A flailing genre seems revitalized, if “revitalized” means youth, though not female, or black, or openly gay talent.

They participated in the struggle to liberate India in language borrowed from or revitalized by their rulers.

I've been to Detroit's casinos, and they're fine, but they're not going to form the basis for a revitalized urban economy.

Turning at length, he hastened homeward along the now deserted trackway, intending to overtake the revitalized Avice.

The sweating, exhausted toilers who manned the pumps paused for a moment, then fell to work again revitalized.

The whole earth, indifferent to the puny millions that struggled on its vast bosom, seemed refreshed and revitalized.

Sarka could feel new life being borne in him, could feel himself revitalized, exalted, lifted to the heights.

Then discipline and morale are together revitalized almost as if by the throwing of an electric switch.


On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to revitalized, such as: energetic, recovered, refreshed, relaxed, alert, and awake.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.