- to give new life to.
- to give new vitality or vigor to.
Also especially British, re·vi·tal·ise.
Origin of revitalize
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Examples from the Web for revitalization
The Coens love the music, it is clear, and they have a blessed talent for revitalization.
Ted Cruz loves rekindling the story of Ronald Reagan as a political roadmap for Republican revitalization.Ted Cruz Breaks Reagan's Rule in Iowa
October 26, 2013
Regionalism in publishing can be a great spur to revitalization of reading.5 Ways to Fix Book Publishing
July 12, 2013
The revitalization of a religious Zionist party and a growing center-right are real challenges to its position.What Will Israel's Government Look Like?
Brent E. Sasley
January 22, 2013
Chief agent in revitalization of Greek mythology, 220 et sqq.Life of John Keats
That is to say, that here also she lives on her reserves, that she has no means of revitalization.
Mankind soon lost connection with the spiritual dynamo of revitalization—except most intermittingly.Old Times in Dixie Land
Caroline E. Merrick
- (tr) to restore vitality or animation to
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Word Origin and History for revitalization
1869, noun of action from revitalize.
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