Definition of Reenergized

1. Verb. (past of reenergize) ¹



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Definition of Reenergized

1. reenergize [v] - See also: reenergize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reenergized

reencounter
reencountered
reencountering
reencounters
reencourage
reencouraged
reencourages
reencouraging
reendothelialisation
reendothelialization
reendow
reendowed
reendowing
reendows
reenergize
reenergized (current term)
reenergizes
reenergizing
reenforce
reenforced
reenforcement
reenforcements
reenforces
reenforcing
reengage
reengaged
reengagement
reengagements
reengages
reengaging

Literary usage of Reenergized

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1. The Reluctant Sheriff: The United States After the Cold War by Richard N. Haass (1997)
"... against Eastern Europe; this would require the United States (and a reenergized NATO) to contain the challenge, much as we did during the Cold War. ..."

2. Main Currents of Spanish Literature by Jeremiah Denis Matthias Ford (1919)
"... force of the Latin writers and has reenergized it for the visualization of conditions in the geographical regions with which he is concerned. ..."

3. Mentoring Across Boundaries: Helping Beginning Teachers Succeed in by Jean Boreen, Donna Niday, Mary K. Johnson (2003)
"... about current teaching practices, the conference time can serve as a retreat to become reenergized and to grow professionally in teaching and learning. ..."

4. Worldwide Threats to National Security: Hearing Before the Committee on edited by John Warner (2000)
"Instead of real reform, North Korea's strategy is to garner as much aid as possible from overseas, and the North has reenergized its global diplomacy to ..."

5. C3I: Issues of Command and Control edited by Thomas P. Coakley (1991)
"This, then, came back through the radio-phone to the Chairman in his office, who notified Poindexter, who notified Armacost, who reenergized the Ambassador ..."

6. The Audacious War by Clarence Walker Barron (1915)
"... a financial standpoint, if this war is not too prolonged or too costly in life and treasure, France will emerge from it rejuvenated and reenergized. ..."

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