Revive synonyms

rĭ-vīv'
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To cause someone to remember something from the past.
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To rise from the dead; return to life.
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To start to become energetic.
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To catch fire.
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To give or get an extension of
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To cause to be completely reformed or improved
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To become aware of something:
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, nautical) To stop a sailing vessel, especially by turning into the wind. See also come about.
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Used as an affirmative to an offer.
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(Archaic) To fill with joy; gladden.
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A new birth or life; a rebirth.
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To inspire again.
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To become more lively or enthusiastic or upright.
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The act of bringing back to practice, notice, use, or vibrancy; revival:
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To wake after an extended period of sleep
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Resuscitate is defined as to bring back to life or consciousness, or to come back into such a state.
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To make active, vivacious, interesting, or cheerful; liven up or brighten
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To relight (a fire).
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To bring to life
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To put new life or vigor into; cause to revive
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To bring vitality, vigor, etc. back to after a decline
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To give spirit or vigour to; to stimulate or enliven; to inspirit.
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To reconstruct or re-create:
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To put back in good condition, as by cleaning, patching, or repairing
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To restore to an original or new condition:
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To give new life
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Alternative form of bring round.
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To awaken somebody.
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To give rise to; bring about:
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Arouse is defined as to inspire awareness or excitement.
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(Archaic) To make happy, cheer up; to gladden.
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(Elec.) To supply voltage or current to (a circuit, component, etc.)
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To calve and therefore begin to produce milk. Used of a cow.
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Invigorate is defined as to give strength or energy, or to instill with excitement and energy.
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To give new life
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Reproduce is defined as to make again, recreate or give birth to.
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To show again
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(Theater) To stage a production again
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To make active; cause to engage in activity
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To be reactivated
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To wave (a sword, arm, hat, etc.) in the air; brandish
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To make aware of:
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To wake up again.
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To animate; to give moral strength to; to encourage; to fix in resolution; to hearten.
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To take on new life
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To increase sharply in price or value after a decline:
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(Idiomatic) To recover from illness or other incapacitation.
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To reduce the despondency of.
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(Intransitive) To applaud or encourage with cheers or shouts.
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To relieve the distress or suffering of; to provide comfort to.
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To make bright or brighter in color
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To instill courage or life into.
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(Intransitive) To take comfort; to be cheered.
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To allay the sorrow or grief of (someone).
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To bring or send help to
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To turn (a person or thing) aside from a course, direction, etc. into another; deflect
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To cause (something) to become more glad.
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To hearten
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To calm or placate someone or some situation.
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To hearten
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To give great pleasure or joy:
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To make or to become weary.
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To curtail or inhibit the activity of something, such as the immune system or a gene.
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To put an end to; destroy or cause to die out
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Die is defined as to stop living, existing or fade away.
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To faint is defined as to pass out or to lose consciousness for a period of time.
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(Intransitive) To become weaker.
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Come back to life; revived:
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Experiencing renewed vigor; being reborn.
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(Biology) A state of suspended animation, especially during extreme drought; the act of recovering from this state.
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The state or condition of being recrudescent.
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(Historic) The transition period between medieval and modern times, the Renaissance.
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Restoration to an original state; renewal of purity.
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The process of bringing an object back to its original state; the process of restoring something
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A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor after a period of obscurity or quiescence:
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To excite and stimulate; stir:
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To recover, especially from an illness; to get better from an illness.
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Refresh is defined as to cool off, enliven, restore or make someone feel energized.
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To refresh or become refreshed.
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To give fresh spirit to.
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To give new life, energy or strength to someone or something; to revitalize
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To bear something in mind or call something back to mind
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To bring back into existence or use; reestablish:
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To rise again; undergo resurgence:
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To report, or bring back and make known.
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To cause to come out of sleep; awaken.
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To end a law, system, institution, custom or practice. [First attested from around 1350 to 1470.]
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To thwart passage of; veto:
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To bring to total defeat; crush
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To restore to a previously operational state.
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To restore somebody to a former position or rank.
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To remind (oneself); remember.
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To object to; dislike:
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To bring back to mind; remember
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To remember something; have a recollection.
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To think about or tell of past experiences or events:
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To hold or keep in possession
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To call to mind; remember:
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Live is defined as to have life, continue to be alive, to reside somewhere or to behave throughout one's life in a particular way.
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To rouse from a state of inactivity or quiescence
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To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
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To restrain oneself; hold oneself back:
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To give new life, energy or encouragement (to); to refresh, enliven.
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Renovate is to restore something to a newer or better state.
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To restore or renew:
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To raise to a more desirable or more excellent quality or condition; make better:
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To take on new life
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To surmount (a physical or abstract obstacle); to prevail over, to get the better of.
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To stimulate or shock with an electric current.
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To cause to be interested or engaged:
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To introduce again or anew
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