verb (used with object), re·lived, re·liv·ing.
verb (used without object), re·lived, re·liv·ing.
Origin of relive
Examples from the Web for relived
Of course, the failure of our family outing hardly mattered, for The Rings of Saturn can be relived by reading and re-reading.Walking In The Footsteps Of W.G. Sebald, Hiker, Novelist, Strange Genius|Edward Platt|June 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But that first collection, relived again through Dior and I, was seemingly one of the most magical.Designing the New Dior: ‘Dior & I’ Documentary Debuts at TriBeCa Film Festival|Erin Cunningham|April 18, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Physical pain subsides; emotional pain, when recalled, is relived.
The life and martyrdom of Hossein is relived in sermons and passion plays that touch all Iranians from their earliest days.
A part of my spirit has relived the morning of my release—Morning One—ever since.
As long as she should live they would be a thorn in her flesh, a scourge, an agony to be relived.The Locusts' Years|Mary Helen Fee
They had relived a dozen moving incidents by flood and field.The Brown Mouse|Herbert Quick
You were never so much to be pitied, in the midst of your worst distresses, as when you were relived upon such terms!The Wanderer (Volume 3 of 5)|Fanny Burney
Then Farwell relived his life, while the wood crumbled to ashes and the moon came up over the hills.The Place Beyond the Winds|Harriet T. Comstock
Every day of your unlived youth shall be relived with love, but such a love as youth could never know.Hungry Hearts|Anzia Yezierska