reinspire

reinspire

(ˌriːɪnˈspaɪə)
vb (tr)
to inspire again or anew
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When our means can be challenged, our ability to deter and dissuade washes away and is replaced with an adversary who sees a weakness -- a weakness to be exploited and used to reinspire thoughts of armed conflict.
Surely the hermeneutic congregation is the means to reinspire and reinvigorate Christians in faithful discipleship, to reactivate dormant Christians to take their place in the gospel story, and to attract those who do not know Christ so they will want to know and be part of that gospel reality
Whether recent violence might reinspire dreams of an independent Kurdistan remains to be seen, he said.
First and Fox have their imaginary Bert to reinspire the faithful, recalling antitrust's lineage, its grounding in democratic principle, and its democratic enactment and origin.
But despite Borhami's attempts, obvious difficulties remain for the Salafist Dwa to reinspire its followers.
Sarah said: "I hope it'll reinspire the members who are already on their journey and see us welcome lots more members who want to improve their health and happiness while raising money for Wicklow Cancer Support.
Instead, they hoped to revolutionize and reinspire their contemporaries to achieve renown once again in Italian literature.
It is my genuine hope that the concepts of Galenic medicine and other Western traditions return to reinspire yet another generation of physicians.
How do you reinspire a nation to be risk conscious when you just survived or witnessed what we all witnessed from the comfort of our own couch?
However, the modernists reinspire him; Joyce, Lawrence, and Sherwood Anderson offer sources of fascination and connection.
Sacre Coeur was constructed to reinspire Parisians and the French with loyalty and pride in their Catholicism after the turmoil of the Commune and the Franco-Prussian wars.