- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rejuvenate.
“That's something that I did early in my career, and what that does now, that kind of rejuvenates your body ....”
“And this is just a great relief and it kind of rejuvenates you to do the work.”
“Young art rejuvenates the old, while the old gives weight to the young – it is an essential combination," she adds.”
“This increased blood flow rejuvenates our skin, making it smoother and suppler.”
“I strengthen the flow of this thread by honoring many different spiritual practices and having a daily communion with spirit, which rejuvenates my creative energy and serves my work as both a mother and a healer.”
“The high mineral content of clay rejuvenates the skin while the clay exfoliates and stimulates blood circulation to the skin.”
“It rejuvenates me and leads to a great amount of patience and positivity when I am with my kids.”
“His renewed enthusiasm shows that nothing rejuvenates this president more than leaving Oval Office duties behind to reprise his role as stump speaker.”
“Go away, dig a hole, do something else, come back and it magically rejuvenates your creative impulses and stuff.”
“It rejuvenates attention and decision-making areas in the brain.”
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