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Revivify  v. t.  To cause to revive. "Some association may revivify it enough to make it flash, after a long oblivion, into consciousness."

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"Revivify" Quotes from Famous Books

... wither and be carried away by the wind, together with the lighter and more friable portions of the soil, which, reduced to dust, would leave the coarser and more sandy particles exposed upon the surface; but the renewal of rain would revivify the country. The deserts of Egypt have never known rain, except in the form of an unexpected shower, that has passed away as suddenly as it arrived; even that slight blessing awakens ever-ready Nature, and green things appear upon the yellow surface of ...
— The Nile Tributaries of Abyssinia • Samuel W. Baker

... bust Revivify the failing pressure-gauge? Chop up the grand piano if you must, And burn the East ...
— Songs for a Little House • Christopher Morley

... Paracelsus, "anything that could be killed by man could also be revivified by him, although this was not possible to the things killed by God." The burning of such substances as wood, wax, oil, etc., was also looked upon as the same "killing" process, and the fact that the alchemist was unable to revivify them was regarded as simply the lack of skill on his part, and in no wise ...
— A History of Science, Volume 4(of 5) • Henry Smith Williams

Words linked to "Revivify" :   arouse, renovate, energise, stimulate, recreate, resuscitate, revivification, come to, quicken, energize, revive

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