verb (used with object), re·vi·tal·ized, re·vi·tal·iz·ing.
Origin of revitalize
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Contemporary Examples of revitalize
Inside ISIS-held areas, the Assad regime is quietly working to revitalize long-existing intelligence networks to fight ISIS there.Where Does Obama Stand on Assad?
November 1, 2014
After the Second World War, government attempts to revitalize the wine trade compromised the quality of the wine produced.Germany’s Wine Revolution Is Just Getting Started
April 26, 2014
The Garden at The Standard East Village The Standard has been known to revitalize neighborhoods time and time again.New York City’s Best New Hotspots This Spring
Sara Sayed, Valeriya Safronova
April 2, 2014
Here, nine GOP women with the potential to revitalize the right.Nine Women Remaking the Right
September 3, 2013
“We are in the process of trying to revitalize our downtown and it is a huge blow,” says Brawley city councilman George Nava.Who’s Setting This Small Town on Fire?
April 16, 2013
Historical Examples of revitalize
Its power to purify and revitalize is peculiar and remarkable.Quiet Talks on Power
Concurrently, he devoted the aforementioned enthusiasm to heading a program to revitalize the game; with significant results.Squash Tennis
Richard C. Squires
It imported Western campaigning techniques and made bold promises to revitalize and energize the economy.After the Rain
Exercise will relax the muscles and call for blood which will revitalize and stimulate the weakened conditions.Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why
Martha M. Allen
These concerted efforts have been an integral part of my program to revitalize the economy.