verb (used with object), in·vig·or·at·ed, in·vig·or·at·ing.
Examples from the Web for reinvigorate
Not that Bryk is a hard-core partisan seeking to reinvigorate the Democratic Party with some kind of 50-state strategy.Brooklyn’s Lazy Carpetbagger Sets His Sights on an Alaska Senate Seat|David Freedlander|December 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This is the latest in a long series of efforts to reboot, reinvigorate, and rebrand the company.Microsoft Memo Seeks to Reboot and Rebrand Company|William O’Connor|July 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Palestinian leaders have said they will press him to make a bold play to reinvigorate the moribund peace process.Marco Rubio Really Loves Israel and Has Pictures to Prove It|Eli Lake|February 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He was inspired by the Conservative and Reform movements to reinvigorate Orthodoxy, to make it modern.
These attempts to reinvigorate a solid but unexciting candidacy should concentrate on two names: Herman Cain and Marco Rubio.
Wine may call back the vital powers in disease, but cannot reinvigorate old age.Laws|Plato
To such work Benson at once devoted himself; and did more perhaps than any other man to reinvigorate cathedral life in England.
If our free enterprise economy is to be strong and healthy, we must reinvigorate the forces of competition.State of the Union Addresses of Harry S. Truman|Harry S. Truman
The last century closing, opened another Age, and we of to-day renovate and reinvigorate ourselves the best we may.