Thus, for example, his recent efforts to revive the Clinton scandals of the 1990s.
It is their chance—probably their last chance—to revive the ailing juggernaut.
Mubarak tried to play it cool, holding a meeting on how to revive the economy after almost two weeks of marches for his ouster.
Ironically, Joe Ricketts is butting heads with Emanuel, recently asked to revive super-PAC efforts on behalf of Obama.
From Firefly to Pushing Daisies to Freaks and Geeks, the intensity of fan support has attempted to save or revive genre shows.
Oh, that God would increase our numbers and so revive our drooping faith!
Before setting out from here you need something to revive you.
He stirred up the fire and set him a chair, and would gladly have given him a mug of hot drink to revive him, but he dared not.
I could see Schultz think, and revive, and splurge with his bets again.
Evening came, and he sank down on the mossy banks of a stream and took a few draughts of water to revive him.
revive re·vive (rĭ-vīv')
v. re·vived, re·viv·ing, re·vives
To bring back to life or consciousness; resuscitate.
To regain health, vigor, or good spirits.