Origin of rejuvenescent
Examples from the Web for rejuvenescence
Strange felt himself so much a part of the rejuvenescence that the incongruity gave him no mental nor æsthetic shock.The Wild Olive|Basil King
And we hope that this strong, united, purified Germany will be a fountain of rejuvenescence to the ageing Kultur of Europe.Gems (?) of German Thought|Various
Rejuvenescence: a renewal of youth; bringing back to a condition of youth.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
She does not pray for a Medea to thrust her into a cauldron of rejuvenescence.American Sketches|Charles Whibley
With the intermingling of the peoples, and the rejuvenescence of the physical life, came the spiritual outburst of Christianity.Frederic Lord Leighton |Ernest Rhys
1763, from Medieval Latin rejuvenescentem (nominative rejuvenescens), present participle of rejuvenescere (see rejuvenescence).