verb (used with object), re·an·i·mat·ed, re·an·i·mat·ing.
Origin of reanimate
Examples from the Web for reanimate
Let that glorious pride, which once defied the British thunder, reanimate you again.
Natural philosophy, and also natural art, for in this the Greek reanimate was a nobler creature than the Greek who had died.Ariadne Florentina|John Ruskin
Don Priamo wished to renew his youth; he was eager to reanimate his body with vital fires.The Dead Command|Vicente Blasco Ibez
The sunshine lay upon the dead, as the prophet upon the Shunamite's child, but it could not reanimate.The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
His affections seemed to reanimate towards them all, and his interest in their welfare again became perceptible.Sense and Sensibility|Jane Austen