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tr.v. re·viv·i·fied, re·viv·i·fy·ing, re·viv·i·fies
To impart new life, energy, or spirit to: a new leader who revivified the movement; a celebration that revivified our spirits.

[French revivifier, from Old French, to come back to life, from Latin *revīvificāre, to revivify : Latin re-, re- + Latin vīvificāre, to vivify; see vivify.]

re·viv′i·fi·ca′tion (-fĭ-kā′shən) n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.revivification - bringing again into activity and prominence; "the revival of trade"; "a revival of a neglected play by Moliere"; "the Gothic revival in architecture"
Renaissance, Renascence, rebirth - the revival of learning and culture
regeneration - the activity of spiritual or physical renewal
resurrection - a revival from inactivity and disuse; "it produced a resurrection of hope"
resuscitation - the act of reviving a person and returning them to consciousness; "although he was apparently drowned, resuscitation was accomplished by artificial respiration"
betterment, improvement, advance - a change for the better; progress in development


The act of reviving or condition of being revived:


n. revivificación, renovación de vida y fuerzas después de un padecimiento.
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Among the most eloquent critics was Mark Goldman, restaurateur and historian, who has chronicled the destruction and incipient revivification of his adopted city in such books as City on the Edge (2007).
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The Congress having tons of experience on its side with a few past Chief Ministers and 'several times' ministers in its ranks could however not convert the best chance available to come out of a self imposed political anonymity succeeding in only pushing itself further into an oblivion from where there is no revivification.
Aftershocks ripped through Britain, no friend of France or its democratic disregard for rule, producing greater cultural than social effects: a revivification of the arts, especially literature, that later came to be called Romanticism.
We crushed in a mortar 25 g pectoral muscle meat in 225 ml trypton salt, after homogenization, we rested the homogenate for about twenty minutes for the revivification of microorganisms.
La revivification de la pensee soufie et les valeurs de moderation dans la societe ont ete soulignees par des participants a une rencontre tenue dimanche soir au siege de la zaouia (confrerie) Tidjania a Guemmar (El-Oued), sur [beaucoup moins que] la mission du soufisme et les defis actuels [beaucoup plus grand que], organisee a l'initiative de la confrerie Tidjania, dont le siege est a Temacine (Ouargla).
of China, The religion of Islam is gaining the small-scale revivification and Muslims can build their mosques after getting permission from the state officials.
In the wake of the meeting, Rifi echoed sanguinity concerning the revivification of the city of Tripoli, especially with the highly credible individuals running the city's affairs.
It is revivification of knowledge and the response to growth of knowledge.
Given Quintilian's first-century definition of apostrophe as a mode of public discourse we may justifiably view Whitman's apostrophic tendencies as a revivification of ancient rhetorical persuasion especially when considering that the first language Whitman's apostrophic O generates is the Latin of Quintilian's rhetorical speech.
Most notably, Imam al-Ghazali's Kitab Adab al-Kasb wal-Matash (The Book of the Proprieties of Earning and Living), which constitutes Book 13 of his Ihya (5) 'Ulum al-Din (The Revivification of the Sciences of Religion); trans.