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Usage examples for reinvigoration

  1. This awakening, this reinvigoration would seem to be synonymous with the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. – The Prodigal Returns by Lilian Staveley
  2. We know nothing of the nature of this process, or why in general it should produce a reinvigoration of the cell resulting from it. – Hormones and Heredity by J. T. Cunningham
  3. The games of children interest the old once more, and if there is occasional music and the chance to see the passing throng of carriages and motor cars and the pleasure boats and all the rest there is refreshment and reinvigoration in it all that soon brings back to the patient deep, satisfactory, even dreamless uninterrupted sleep at night, and appetite and strength. – Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh
  4. If such a church wished to celebrate a Mass or Communion or Eucharist it would have a great variety of rites and customs of that kind to select from; those that were not appropriate for use in our times or were connected with the worship of strange gods need not be rejected or condemned, but could still be commented on and explained as approaches to the same idea- the idea of dedication to the Common Life, and of reinvigoration in the partaking of it. – Pagan & Christian Creeds Their Origin and Meaning by Edward Carpenter

Rhymes for reinvigoration