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The illusionist even claims that one of the islands contains the fountain of youth, reviving dying insects upon submersion.

The French Fry Burger, launched September 1, is part of a fall menu campaign aimed at reviving growth.

But reviving the practice might just as easily be seen as a grave portent for journalists.

Save-my-show petitions and campaigns can only do so much to convince executives that a low-rated series deserves reviving.

The new prime minister expressed a strong interest in reviving agriculture, and the government had created three investment funds.

In fact, some memories are much oftener weak from deficiency in reviving power than from feebleness of first impressions.

Literally, we set about reviving Hicks, with a view to learning from him what had become of Lyn Rowan.

Queen Anne may have flattered herself that it was already reviving.

But Digby and others turned him round, unloosed his neckerchief, and threw water in his face, in the hopes of reviving him.

He was jealous of what he had attained, fearful of reviving the past, a little uncertain of this new turn.

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On this page you'll find 53 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reviving, such as: invigorating, refreshing, animating, chilly, cool, and crisp.

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

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