revive[ ri-vahyv ]SEE DEFINITION OF revive
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REVIVE
There was a scarcely disguised intention to revive protection.
It will need the air of heaven to revive its pristine energies.
I never will revive the remembrance of what is now so painful to me.
He thought that he must indeed be dying, for how could one who suffered so revive?
I advise you not to revive the subject, neither to me nor anybody else.
To tolerate and accept it is to revive the dark evil ages afresh.
These words seemed to revive all Don Vigilio's anxious passion.
I now, my dear, began to revive into a little more warmth of attention.
James Harlowe is plotting to revive the resentments of her family against me.
Wilt Thou not revive us again: that Thy people may rejoice in Thee?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REVIVE
- bring back
- build up
- make healthy
- make restitution
- set to rights
- touch up
- win back