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renewed

[ ri-nood, -nyood ]
/ rɪˈnud, -ˈnyud /
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adjective
resumed, revived, or reestablished: After years of failed talks, people reacted skeptically to a declaration of renewed negotiations between the opposing factions.
made effective for an additional period: Members of the Elementary Teachers' Federation have now been without a renewed contract since August of last year.
restored, refreshed, or replenished: We have work to do to save this planet; let us continue with renewed vigor.
made, said, or done again or afresh; repeated: There were not enough Soviet forces on the Finnish front for a renewed assault.
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OTHER WORDS FROM renewed

re·new·ed·ly [ri-noo-id-lee, -nyoo-], /rɪˈnu ɪd li, -ˈnyu-/, adverbqua·si-re·newed, adjectiveun·re·newed, adjective
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