verb (used with object), re·vi·tal·ized, re·vi·tal·iz·ing.
Related formsre·vi·tal·i·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for revitalize
Inside ISIS-held areas, the Assad regime is quietly working to revitalize long-existing intelligence networks to fight ISIS there.
After the Second World War, government attempts to revitalize the wine trade compromised the quality of the wine produced.
The Garden at The Standard East Village The Standard has been known to revitalize neighborhoods time and time again.
Here, nine GOP women with the potential to revitalize the right.
“We are in the process of trying to revitalize our downtown and it is a huge blow,” says Brawley city councilman George Nava.
Its power to purify and revitalize is peculiar and remarkable.Quiet Talks on Power|S.D. Gordon
THE primary value of the patriotic play lies in its appeal to the love of country, and its power to revitalize the past.Patriotic Plays and Pageants for Young People|Constance D'Arcy Mackay
In the U-boat there were potash cartridges to take up the carbon-dioxide, and tanks of pure oxygen to revitalize the air.Inventions of the Great War|A. Russell (Alexander Russell) Bond
To his notion, the thing most needed to revitalize Prouty was an electric car-line.The Fighting Shepherdess |Caroline Lockhart
These concerted efforts have been an integral part of my program to revitalize the economy.