relive

verb
re·​live | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈliv How to pronounce relive (audio) \
relived; reliving; relives

Definition of relive

intransitive verb

: to live again

transitive verb

: to live over again especially : to experience again in the imagination

Examples of relive in a Sentence

an athlete trying to relive his glory days He would sometimes relive the battle in his dreams.
Recent Examples on the Web At one point during her statement, Vaught turned to face Murphey’s family, apologizing for both the fatal error and how the public campaign against her prosecution may have forced the family to relive their loss. Kaiser Health News, oregonlive, 13 May 2022 At one point during her statement, Vaught turned to face Murphey's family, apologizing for both the fatal error and how the public campaign against her prosecution may have forced the family to relive their loss. Brett Kelman, PEOPLE.com, 13 May 2022 As a result, there were discrepancies in victims’ testimonies and some of them were forced to relive their suffering. Washington Post, 5 May 2022 Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim's romance came to an end in late 2021, but the Selling Sunset costars are now having to relive their relationship with the debut of the Netflix hit's fifth season. Topher Gauk-roger, PEOPLE.com, 22 Apr. 2022 Our classic clear CBD gummy bears are available in a variety of flavors and sizes, from which to relive the emotions associated with eating gummy bears as a youngster. The Salt Lake Tribune, 20 Apr. 2022 The fiery-haired New Yorker is no longer trapped in an endless existential death spiral, which forced her to relive her 36th birthday party over and over again. Shannon Carlin, Time, 20 Apr. 2022 Shantara Hurry has chosen to relive the most horrific moment of her life in hopes other parents won’t experience a similar pain. Stephanie Nolasco, Fox News, 17 Apr. 2022 At least this time, there are no excruciating buzzer beaters to relive or decisions to second-guess. Dom Amore, courant.com, 3 Apr. 2022 See More

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First Known Use of relive

circa 1526, in the meaning defined at intransitive sense

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18 May 2022

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“Relive.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/relive. Accessed 26 May. 2022.

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More Definitions for relive

relive

verb
re·​live | \ ˌrē-ˈliv How to pronounce relive (audio) \
relived; reliving

Kids Definition of relive

: to experience again (as in the imagination) Reading her old diary allowed her to relive her youth.

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