- to begin or take up again, as an acquaintance, a conversation, etc.; resume.
- to make effective for an additional period: to renew a lease.
- to restore or replenish: to renew a stock of goods.
- to make, say, or do again.
- to revive; reestablish.
- to recover (youth, strength, etc.).
- to restore to a former state; make new or as if new again.
- to begin again; recommence.
- to renew a lease, note, etc.
- to be restored to a former state; become new or as if new again.
Origin of renew
Synonyms for renew
Examples from the Web for unrenewed
Historical Examples of unrenewed
That prayer, if true, never yet came from an unrenewed heart.The Fugitives
Love to God can never be the growth of unrenewed and unforgiven hearts.Sermons
They have no root; the heart is unchanged, unconverted, unrenewed.The King's Cup-Bearer
Amy Catherine Walton
The marks of wear and tear, and unrenewed decay, which distinguish the works of man from the growth of nature!The New Adam and Eve (From "Mosses From An Old Manse")
An almost erased inscription, unrenewed for nigh half a century, told that this was the shop of "Racca Morlache."The Daltons, Volume I (of II)
Charles James Lever
- to take up again
- (also intr) to begin (an activity) again; recommenceto renew an attempt
- to restate or reaffirm (a promise, etc)
- (also intr) to make (a lease, licence, or contract) valid or effective for a further period
- to extend the period of loan of (a library book)
- to regain or recover (vigour, strength, activity, etc)
- to restore to a new or fresh condition
- to replace (an old or worn-out part or piece)
- to replenish (a supply, etc)