Related to Revigorate: reinvigorating, reinvigorate, reinvigorated


a.1.Having new vigor or strength; invigorated anew.
v. t.1.To give new vigor to.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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This neo-Marxist tendency is characterized by its support of a post- material life style which aims to revigorate the environmental, alternative, animic and communitary discourse of the 70's.
It is clear that the future revenue generated from selling oil and gas would revigorate Lebanon's ailing economy and increasing dependence on importing commodities.
Removing the thatch helps to revigorate the lawn and improves the health of the grass, though the area will look a bit unattractive for a brief period after this necessary practice is performed.
Under these conditions, negotiated order is seen as a way to revigorate the business.
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The solution lay in Perfect Legs, a treatment by Decleor which promised to refresh and revigorate my aching feet and tired legs.