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adjective as in restored

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As he seeks to relaunch his premiership and revive the economy, Johnson aims to use his plan for a “green industrial revolution” to deliver on his pledge to invest in former industrial heartlands that voted for him at last year’s election.

From Fortune

Additionally, at Descarada Tradición, Sofía Campos and Luis Chaves are reviving the tradition of the gallo with housemade tortillas, while at MadFish, Tere Moreno is helping raise the profile of the artisan fishing community of Puntarenas.

From Eater

In fact, some GOP leaders credit him and his movement for reviving the party and bolstering its standing in the House this time around.

Maybe, as with the many attempts to revive 3-D television, people aren’t yet ready for widespread total immersion.

Divided government is likely to mean a less generous package, but some investors say it could be enough to revive the slowing recovery.

That's typically the case with these revived TV series, too.

Though the bar closed soon after, a movement had been sparked, and when it reopened in 1990, history was revived.

A Christmas Carol revived and reinvented it around the gift of giving.

At once she began to breathe a little, and after a while she had fully revived.

The US first considered the idea in the 1820s, but interest was revived in earnest after the California Gold Rush began in 1849.

We revived our schooldays with mutual pleasure, and lunched together as befitted the occasion.

The atmosphere of the stables and the breath of the blue grass paddock revived in her memory and lingered in her nostrils.

Afterward, when the news came that Lee had succeeded in getting his army safely across the Potomac, Mr. Middleton's hopes revived.

On the basis of this understanding the science of geology, which had in a way been founded by the Greeks, was revived.

Norman's indignation had quite revived him, and Margaret was much entertained with the conflicting opinions.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to revived, such as: refreshed, rehabilitated, recovered, reestablished, returned, and reinstituted.

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