Simple Definition of revivify
: to make (someone or something) strong, healthy, or active again
Examples of revivify in a sentence
looking for ways to revivify the city's economy
<a new director hoping to revivify the region's oldest repertory company>
Origin of revivify
French révivifier, from Late Latin revivificare, from Latin re- + Late Latin vivificare to vivify
First Known Use: 1675
Rhymes with revivify
acetify, acidify, ammonify, aniline dye, a priori, beatify, bourgeoisify, commodify, complexify, decalcify, decertify, declassify, demystify, denazify, desanctify, desertify, detoxify, Dioscuri, disqualify, dissatisfy, diversify, electric eye, electrify, emulsify, esterify, exemplify, facetiae, Gorno-Altay, hang out to dry, Helvetii, humidify, identify, indemnify, intensify, money supply, objectify, personify, preoccupy, reliquiae, rigidify, sacrifice fly, saponify, see eye to eye, solemnify, solidify, syllabify, transmogrify, turn a blind eye, undersupply, vox populi, water supply
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