In 2010, she revived the war crimes tribunal: nearly four decades after the crimes, a whiff of justice.
Divers retrieved them from the bottom of the pool, and the unconscious trainees were rolled on their sides and revived.
Maceo Robert – Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez revived this old Spanish form of Matthew for their newborn son.
The original Twilight Zone is renowned for the acting careers it revived or jump started.
Later, the Dukes of Burgundy appropriated the land and vines were revived by medieval monks.
All the old abuses were revived, including the re-establishment of the Inquisition.
After the civil code was revived it helped powerfully to make states.
At last, far down among the Barons, came one at whose sight Richard revived a little.
What then revived her was pouring a bottle of eau-de-cologne over her arms.
Learning, which revived under Francis the First in France, did not disdain to cultivate this small flower of wit.
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.