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Every other description of food was in the same state of transition into vivification.

Still, it was but a pencil sketch, and wanted the vivification of color.

Its vivification, among them also, constituted the act of creation.

But most of all is the regular progress of vivification visible in the dialogue.

My dear, there is a bloom and joy, a vivification about you that may be felt ten feet away!

Every phrase of his narrative is a definite contribution towards the vivification of his realistic effects.

WORD ORIGIN

1590s, from Old French vivifier (12c.), from Late Latin vivificare "make alive, restore to life," from vivificus "enlivening," from Latin vivus "alive" (see vivid) + root of facere "to make" (see factitious). Vivificate in same sense is recorded from early 15c.

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