- becoming young again.
- making young again; rejuvenating.
Origin of rejuvenescent
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Examples from the Web for rejuvenescence
Rejuvenescence: a renewal of youth; bringing back to a condition of youth.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology
John. B. Smith
It is the period of the rejuvenescence of Jewish literature.Jewish Literature and Other Essays
We may see in war the preliminary process of rejuvenescence.Introduction to the Science of Sociology
Robert E. Park
She does not pray for a Medea to thrust her into a cauldron of rejuvenescence.American Sketches
After that rejuvenescence she had never cast a thought to loving any man again.Black Oxen
Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
Word Origin and History for rejuvenescence
1763, from Medieval Latin rejuvenescentem (nominative rejuvenescens), present participle of rejuvenescere (see rejuvenescence).
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