revivification

[ ri-viv-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF revivification

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Had the revivification produced some disorder of the nervous system?

To the alchemist this was "mortification" and "revivification" of the metal.

Monkhouse pointed out that Keats and Shelley, more than Hunt, reaped the rewards of his revivification of the heroic couplet.

This aptitude of revivification is found to a high degree in animalcules of low order.

Up to the revivification, his account agrees very well with the Spanish ballad.

We returned to our camps, having experienced a revivification of patriotism under circumstances which we shall never forget.

Their coming was as a thrill that runs through a half-numb body, a sign of revivification and awakened hope.

He had been the attorney of the bank for many years, and seemed only intent upon its revivification—no matter by what means.

She asked candidly, "Were you always so damned hateful or did the revivification process do this to you?"

But with that revivification there came far more strongly than before the revivification of desire of another kind.

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