v. t.1.To endow again.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Part of what helps Kiss reendow heterosexual activity with the aura is also, paradoxically, its insistent liveness.
He succeeded in filling most of the Irish bishoprics but his attempts to reendow Irish parishes were sabotaged locally.
To disengage language from its subjection to the capitalist project and reendow it with its "genuine value," Language writers have sought to diminish or fully efface reference via consistent misspelling, disjunct syntax, and erroneous grammar.
The concept of memory must first be reendowed with a cultural dimension.