Definition of reinvigorate
: to give new or renewed strength or energy to (something or someone) : to invigorate (something or someone) again … a stimulus plan large enough to reinvigorate the economy …— Steven Greenhouse It took Britpop's obsession with the 60s to really reinvigorate her career.— Alexis Petridis … Reed hopes a reinvigorated downtown will become a magnet for young professionals.— J. Scott Trubey and Katie Leslie Today, after she left, Leonard felt a sense of renewal. He felt like he was back. He felt reinvigorated.— Albert Thomas Berkshire
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