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Our plans include a strong focus on revitalizing our image, content, and business model.

If they can get younger women elected they have a chance of revitalizing their party and expanding their appeal.

When Who Wants to Be a Millionaire debuted in 1999, it was a ratings monster, revitalizing the primetime game-show format.

Typically Moynihan saw these contradictory strains, not as destructive, but healthy and revitalizing.

Fetterman has consistently taken a hands-on approach to revitalizing Braddock.

As he had hoped, that air was revitalizing the worn-out bodies rapidly, giving them new strength and clearing their brains.

For invigoration or revitalizing, resort must be made to its primitive blood cause.

It was revitalizing the Indian alliance with the Confederacy, but army conditions were yet a long way from being satisfactory.

After all, they're revitalizing our cities, they're energizing our culture, they're building up our economy.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to revitalizing, such as: encouraging, reassuring, refreshing, soothing, abating, and allaying.

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