verb (used with object), re·lumed, re·lum·ing.
Origin of relume
Examples from the Web for relume
No fire that can be kindled upon the altar of speech can relume the radiant spark that perished yesterday.Standard Selections|Various
By her it easily may be perceiv'd, How long in women lasts the flame of love, If sight and touch do not relume it oft.The Vision of Purgatory, Complete|Dante Alighieri
What is so pleasant as these jets of affection which relume a young world for me again?Essays|Ralph Waldo Emerson