Examples of relive in a Sentence
an athlete trying to relive his glory days
He would sometimes relive the battle in his dreams.
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On the flip side, now many of us look back, deep into our smartphone's photo albums, to relive past memories via photos, videos, gifs, and more.
Surfacing from bathtubs they were drowned in, brides gather evidence by reliving events leading up to deaths.
Not only do many relive the pain, anxiety, and isolation that these experiences can cause, they can be subjected to people questioning their integrity and, oftentimes, even their memory.
Retelling becomes reliving, a fleeting wisp of Shakespeare’s elusive breath.
But this is one movie that no one really needs to relive.
On Dude can relive the rush of their winning stretch runs with their morning java.
Victims face intimidation, having to relive traumatic experiences, the unlikelihood of justice, and ridicule from the public, who may call them liars or gold diggers or worse.
Google's navigation aide has a slew of features that make every part of your trip—planning, execution, and reliving—that much easier.
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