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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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adj. - Restored to new life and vigor.

Usage examples (38)
  • Maybe it's being "revitalised" or something but it was very weird.
  • But last week, it made clear that the STPM would not just remain, but be "revitalised".
  • He also stressed that while he no longer considered himself the temporal leader of Tibetans, China had "revitalised" him as a politician.
  • 'revitalised' what it called "Pakistan's jihadist network". for more
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