verb (used with object), re·gen·er·at·ed, re·gen·er·at·ing.
verb (used without object), re·gen·er·at·ed, re·gen·er·at·ing.
Origin of regenerate
Synonyms for regenerate
Related Words for regeneraterejuvenate, invigorate, reinvigorate, recreate, reproduce, reconstruct, reestablish, restore, revivify, revive, refresh, reanimate, renovate, exhilarate, renew, produce, reawaken, inspirit, uplift, change
Examples from the Web for regenerate
Contemporary Examples of regenerate
That class of people has the natural tendency to regenerate according to Bellow.Get Elected, Get Your Kids Rich: Washington Is Spoiled Rotten
February 27, 2014
It began to regenerate as soon as American forces left Iraq.Al Qaeda Is Back
July 26, 2013
And the baddies, who light up, regenerate body parts, and occasionally overheat and explode, are pretty silly.‘Iron Man 3,’ Starring Robert Downey Jr., Is Loud, Quippy, Ridiculous Fun
May 1, 2013
That kind of browsing was a purely visual experience that usually cleared my mind, allowing it to regenerate.The Bag Lady Papers, Part VIII
June 28, 2009
Historical Examples of regenerate
And the Irish people must be allowed to regenerate themselves.Ireland as It Is
Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
"You say you're regenerated—go ahead and regenerate the church," he said.Wayside Courtships
When God wants to regenerate the world, He begins with the family.The Master-Knot of Human Fate
It is something that was born into the world, not to please it but to regenerate it.America First
He made the moth his starting-point in seeking to regenerate the race.Fragments of science, V. 1-2
mid-15c., from Latin regeneratus, past participle of regenerare "bring forth again" (see regeneration).