to experience again, as an emotion.
to live (one's life) again.
to live again.
- re·liv·a·ble, adjective
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How to use relive in a sentence
Also, every time you do it, you have to relive the thing over again.Deepfake porn is ruining women’s lives. Now the law may finally ban it | Karen Hao | February 12, 2021 | MIT Technology Review
Remembering doesn’t mean relivingAcknowledging all the negative things that 2020 brought with it—the whole lot of them—is important to move forward, but that doesn’t mean you need to relive past traumas, Aman says.2020 stunk. Here’s how to start 2021 with a fresh mindset | Sandra Gutierrez G. | December 30, 2020 | Popular-Science
As the new skill is practiced, or the learning relived, the connections strengthen and the learning is consolidated into a memory.
Today, those clamoring as a result to reinvent capitalism with more regulation are well-warned to avoid condemning us to relive this history.
Sports fans thrive on video content, wanting to relive important moments again and again, or catch up on the action they missed on demand.Making the most of small-screen content for big engagement impact | Sponsored Content: Cloudinary | September 24, 2020 | Search Engine Land
To whet your appetite, you can relive that glorious moment (and watch other programs from the 2014 summit) here.
A bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth and make a load of money.Fancy Pants Dance, World Cup Poseurs, and More Viral Videos | Alex Chancey | July 5, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
(Netflix, June 13) Tarzan (1999) relive your child with the timeless Tarzan and his feisty friend Jane.
From Bob Hope to Whoopi Goldberg and Neil Patrick Harris, relive six decades of Academy Award openers.
relive the magic of the past 10 years of Top Model with this compilation of the best fights, freakouts, and breakdowns.
To camp in the chaparral, to explore the source of streams, and to relive the wonder of the boy kept his faculties alert and keen.The Tyranny of the Dark | Hamlin Garland
As I reflect upon it I relive many delightful excursions into the northern woods.A Son of the Middle Border | Hamlin Garland
I relive once more that bitter night on the wharf in Glenora when (chilled by the cold wind), he first began to cough.A Daughter of the Middle Border | Hamlin Garland
She was able to relive the thoughts and feelings of the authors whose books she studied and so make their experiences her own.The Vitalized School | Francis B. Pearson
He liked to relive in dream fashion the years of early endeavour––of his married life with Hannah.The Gorgeous Girl | Nalbro Bartley
British Dictionary definitions for relive
(tr) to experience (a sensation, event, etc) again, esp in the imagination
- relivable, adjective
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