[ri-noo-uh l, -nyoo-]
Origin of renewal
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Examples from the Web for renewal
Set among the vacant houses of suburban New Mexico, the film offers a bleak perspective on the possibility of growth and renewal.After The Fall: Introducing The Anti-Villain
December 21, 2014
Discretionary spending comes up every year for renewal; the biggest-ticket item in that category is the defense budget.Our Mindless Government Is Heading for a Spending Disaster
April 10, 2014
And that tells you about 2009: this was to be the tour of renewal for Armstrong.‘The Armstrong Lie,’ Alex Gibney’s Portrait of Lance as a Liar
November 9, 2013
Yet, his personal efforts to garner support for the renewal of negotiations suggest he is serious about the current peace process.Can Netanyahu Deliver a Two-State Solution?
Leila Hilal, Joshua Haber
August 14, 2013
Easter is meant to be a symbol of hope, renewal, and new life.Will Syria Still Exist a Year From Today?
Janine di Giovanni
May 7, 2013
My fellow Americans, you, too, must play your part in our renewal.
Nat was waiting in the doorway for a renewal of hostilities, if any such there were to be.The Fortune Hunter
Louis Joseph Vance
You should go, see Von Brent, and get a renewal of the option.A Woman Intervenes
We derive the renewal of our blood and juices, which are constantly exhausting, from the substances converted into food.
Emily's next question, naturally, concerned the renewal of that mortgage.Thankful's Inheritance
Joseph C. Lincoln
- the act of renewing or state of being renewed
- something that is renewed
Word Origin and History for renewal
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper