Examples of revive in a Sentence
The success of the movie has revived her career.
The government is trying to revive the economy.
Our spirits were revived by his enthusiasm.
The store's business is beginning to revive.
The family is trying to revive an old custom.
He has decided to revive Molière's Tartuffe.
Recent Examples of revive from the Web
All of that revives memories of a time most people in a village on the border of the former East Germany would rather forget.
However, as CBS Los Angeles reports, after a welcome lull in powerful winds that drove the massive Thomas Fire, crews braced for the return of potentially dangerous gusts that could revive the flames Wednesday.
With Japan’s recent re-election of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who aspires to legitimize the military renounced long ago in the country’s post-war constitution, China has greater reason to revive its image as an imperial conqueror.
Now the injury to Wentz, who was reviving the Eagles franchise in his second NFL season, has swiped an MVP candidate and upended the playoff race.
The duo has also been instrumental during a three-game win streak that has revived Los Angeles' season, tallying 9½ sacks during that span.
Diess suggested last week that the company’s upcoming MEB (Modular Electrification Toolkit) battery-electric architecture could be the perfect platform to revive some favorites from Volkswagen history.
Island authorities do not allow for the distribution of the anti-opioid drug Narcan, which revives users suffering from overdoses.
The rescue came just in time, say doctors who revived Ms Sen (pictured) at a government hospital in Bhilwara, a small city in southern Rajasthan.
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- Doctors revived the patient.
- … it was no good … with no hope of any breakfast to revive him.
- —J. R. R. Tolkien, The Hobbit
- The family revived an old custom.
Word Root of revive
medical Definition of revive
revivableplay \-ˈvī-və-bəl\ adjective
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