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Vivify  v. t.  (past & past part. vivified; pres. part. vivifying)  To endue with life; to make to be living; to quicken; to animate. "Sitting on eggs doth vivify, not nourish."

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... ambitious candidate likely to volunteer his pretensions, at a moment when the post promised nothing but the maximum of difficulty as well as of hazard. A new, self-kindled light—and self-originated stimulus—was required, to vivify the embers of suspended hope and action, in a mass paralyzed for the moment, but every way capable of effort. And the inspiration now fell, happily for the army, upon one in whom a full measure of soldierly strength and courage was ...
— The Two Great Retreats of History • George Grote

Words linked to "Vivify" :   resuscitate, energise, repair, renovate, brace, quicken, arouse, alter, modify, reanimate, perk up, vivification, stimulate, change

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