I would like to be able, if nothing else, to vivify for the American people the dramatic change that that event made.
They should vivify and deepen the sense of the one relationship he does feel keenly,—that of himself to something well-known.
The abstract which we have made does not vivify us sufficiently.
She seemed to vivify and to cause their thoughts to flow with a power they knew not, separately or together, without her presence.
Even your overflow of life would not suffice long to vivify me.
The lady leaves her sixteen or twenty eggs, all glued together, for the sun to vivify.
The teachers' meeting is not so much to get facts as to vivify and arrange them.
Yet what distant corner of the system do they not cheer and vivify?
And it is most desirable for the Northerner to vivify his impression of the South by the knowledge of men like him.
It cannot vivify one fraction of a summer field, or give names to half a dozen stars.