verb (used with object), re·vived, re·viv·ing.
verb (used without object), re·vived, re·viv·ing.
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That's typically the case with these revived TV series, too.‘The Comeback’ Finale: Give Lisa Kudrow All of the Awards|Kevin Fallon|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Though the bar closed soon after, a movement had been sparked, and when it reopened in 1990, history was revived.
A Christmas Carol revived and reinvented it around the gift of giving.
The US first considered the idea in the 1820s, but interest was revived in earnest after the California Gold Rush began in 1849.China’s Nicaragua Canal Could Spark a New Central America Revolution|Nina Lakhani|November 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The original Twilight Zone is renowned for the acting careers it revived or jump started.
All the ancient stories told of him by Whig enemies were revived, and believed by those who had long treated them with contempt.Martin Van Buren|Edward M. Shepard
Miss Cameron drew her to the rock where she sat, and pushing the hair out of her eyes, revived her with a hearty 'Bravo!Jo's Boys|Louisa May Alcott
He had revived in the night; and was advancing into the church when he encountered Bradlaugh in the doorway.True Ghost Stories|Hereward Carrington
One sorrow approaches humiliation and hostility, and these thoughts have revived me.The Last Days of Tolstoy|V. G. Chertkov
He put wine to my lips; I tasted it and revived; then I ate something he offered me, and was soon myself.Jane Eyre|Charlotte Bronte