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Revival synonyms
rĭ-vī'vəl
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A renewing or being renewed
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  1. A renewing or being renewed
  2. The act of renewing or the state of having been renewed.
  3. (Fencing) An offensive action made immediately after a parried one
(US) Alternative spelling of Renaissance.
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  1. (US) Alternative spelling of Renaissance.
  2. A new birth or life; a rebirth.
  3. A cultural revival; a renaissance.
The period of such a revival.
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  1. The period of such a revival.
  2. The style and forms of art, literature, architecture, etc. of the Renaissance
  3. A revival of intellectual or artistic achievement and vigor:
Food or drink or both, esp. as a light meal
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  1. Food or drink or both, esp. as a light meal
  2. Something that refreshes, as food, drink, or rest
  3. The act of refreshing or the state of being refreshed.
(An) arousing or reviving, as of impulses, religion, etc.
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  1. (An) arousing or reviving, as of impulses, religion, etc.
  2. (Figuratively) Being roused into action or activity.
  3. (Religion) A revival of religion, or more general attention to religious matters than usual.
Spiritual renewal.
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  1. Spiritual renewal.
  2. A reawakening; renaissance; revival
  3. Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back:
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  1. The act or condition of going, coming, bringing, or sending back:
  2. An income tax return.
  3. A recurrence, as of a periodic occasion or event:
A return to a former condition, belief, or interest.
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  1. A return to a former condition, belief, or interest.
  2. (Law) The return of an estate to the grantor or to the grantor's heirs or successor after the grant has expired.
  3. (Biol.) A return to a former or primitive type; atavism
The restoration of the dead to life at the Last Judgment.
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  1. The restoration of the dead to life at the Last Judgment.
  2. The act of bringing back to practice, notice, use, or vibrancy; revival:
  3. (Christianity) The return of Jesus to life on the third day after the Crucifixion.
Reinstatement in a former position, rank, etc.
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  1. Reinstatement in a former position, rank, etc.
  2. A putting or bringing back into a former, normal, or unimpaired state or condition
  3. A representation or reconstruction of the original form or structure, as of a building, fossil animal, etc.
The act of resuming
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  1. The act of resuming
  2. The act of resuming or starting something again.
  3. The act or an instance of resuming; a beginning again:
The act of invigorating or the state of being invigorated.
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  1. The act of invigorating or the state of being invigorated.
A second or subsequent awakening.
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The act of improving; advancement or growth; promotion in desirable qualities; progress toward what is better; melioration; as, the improvement of the mind, of land, roads, etc.
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  1. The act of improving; advancement or growth; promotion in desirable qualities; progress toward what is better; melioration; as, the improvement of the mind, of land, roads, etc.
  2. A change or addition to land or real property, as a sewer, fence, etc., that makes it more valuable or desirable
  3. The act of making profitable use or application of anything, or the state of being profitably employed; a turning to good account; practical application, as of a doctrine, principle, or theory, stated in a discourse.
The act by which something is freshened.
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  1. The act by which something is freshened.
A return to a normal or healthy condition.
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  1. A return to a normal or healthy condition.
  2. (Sports) A return to a position of guard, readiness, etc., as after a lunge in fencing or a stroke in rowing
  3. A return to former status.
A consoling or being consoled; comfort; solace
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  1. A consoling or being consoled; comfort; solace
  2. One that consoles; a comfort:
  3. (Sports) A second, smaller tournament or round of play for participants who have been eliminated before the final of a tournament, often to determine third and fourth place.
A place or instance of junction or intersection.
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  1. A place or instance of junction or intersection.
  2. The act or process or an instance of coming together; an encounter.
  3. An encounter between people, even accidental.
A department or branch of a hospital staff that provides specified patient care:
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  1. A department or branch of a hospital staff that provides specified patient care:
  2. A religious rite or formal ceremony:
  3. An answering service.
The act of delivering a sermon or similar moral instruction.
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  1. The act of delivering a sermon or similar moral instruction.
An evangelistic gathering held in a tent or outdoors and often lasting several days.
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  1. An evangelistic gathering held in a tent or outdoors and often lasting several days.
The activation of something previously inactive or inactivated.
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Revival, reinvigoration.
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  1. Revival, reinvigoration.
  2. Spiritual renewal.
  3. A reawakening; renaissance; revival
The humanistic revival of classical art, architecture, literature, and learning that originated in Italy in the 14th century and later spread throughout Europe.
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  1. The humanistic revival of classical art, architecture, literature, and learning that originated in Italy in the 14th century and later spread throughout Europe.
  2. The style and forms of art, literature, architecture, etc. of the Renaissance
  3. A revival of intellectual or artistic achievement and vigor:
A new birth or life; a rebirth.
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  1. A new birth or life; a rebirth.
  2. (US) Alternative spelling of Renaissance.
  3. Renaissance
The act of renewing or the state of having been renewed.
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  1. The act of renewing or the state of having been renewed.
  2. (Fencing) An offensive action made immediately after a parried one
  3. A renewing or being renewed
An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
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  1. An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
  2. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor; a revival.
  3. A continuing after interruption; a renewal.
The state of having risen from the dead
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  1. The state of having risen from the dead
  2. The act of bringing back to practice, notice, use, or vibrancy; revival:
  3. The condition of having been restored to life.
The state of continuing in the same condition, capacity, or place:
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  1. The state of continuing in the same condition, capacity, or place:
  2. The act or fact of going on or persisting:
  3. An extension by which something is carried to a further point:
The act of renewing or the state of having been renewed.
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  1. The act of renewing or the state of having been renewed.
  2. (Fencing) An offensive action made immediately after a parried one
  3. A renewing or being renewed
The act of resuming
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  1. The act of resuming
  2. (Chiefly Australia) eminent domain
  3. The act or an instance of resuming; a beginning again:
An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
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  1. An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality.
  2. A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor; a revival.
  3. A continuing after interruption; a renewal.
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