Thesaurus / revivify


In the twelfth century the old system of wer and bt is already vanishing, though an antiquarian lawyer may yet try to revivify it.DOMESDAY BOOK AND BEYONDFREDERIC WILLIAM MAITLAND
The thought that he could revivify her by the very strength of his overflowing love took him forward a step.THE SECRET OF THE STORM COUNTRYGRACE MILLER WHITE
Prof. Church has in this story sought to revivify that most interesting period, the last days of the Roman Republic.HISTORIC BOYSELBRIDGE STREETER BROOKS
After all, how can we know anything of a nation's present or future without some attempt to revivify its past?PENELOPE'S IRISH EXPERIENCESKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
It is a food too strong for ordinary men, and which, when it does not revivify, smothers.THE PARIS SKETCH BOOK OF MR. M. A. TITMARSHWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
It is not an easy thing to revivify a religion, nor a small thing to rescue many thousands of the human race from sin and misery.THE AUTHORITATIVE LIFE OF GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTHGEORGE SCOTT RAILTON
A city may fall to decay and lie a thousand years under the sands of the desert, yet its relics revivify its life.THE LITTLE MANX NATION - 1891HALL CAINE
Madame Rachel can only galvanise the corpse, not revivify it.THE PARIS SKETCH BOOK OF MR. M. A. TITMARSH: THE IRISH SKETCH BOOKWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Society is able to revivify the sentiment it has of itself only by assembling.THE ELEMENTARY FORMS OF THE RELIGIOUS LIFEEMILE DURKHEIM
Some wished to revivify it by making it a party of general reform.ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 16, SLICE 5VARIOUS


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