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Attempts to revive him failed, and he died soon afterward.
Jenkins certainly has the ability to revive Australian women’s tennis.
The railroad revived the flagging fortunes of the town.
They enjoyed their chats as they revived memories of their youth.
I need a cup of tea to revive me!
It’s amazing what a five-star hotel can do to revive your spirits.
This is the American English definition of revive. View British English definition of revive.
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