Definitions

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  • adj. Becoming, or causing to become, rejuvenated.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Becoming, or causing to become, rejuvenated; rejuvenating.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Becoming or become young again.

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Examples

  • Who was to know anything of this strange new menace of the twentieth century — China, old China, rejuvenescent, fruitful, and militant!

    THE UNPARALLELED INVASION

  • The ghost of Bill Totts had been successfully laid, and Freddie Drummond with rejuvenescent zeal tackled a brochure, long-planned, on the topic of "diminishing returns."

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • To-day, equipped with the finest machines and systems of destruction the Caucasian mind has devised, handling machines and systems with remarkable and deadly accuracy, this rejuvenescent Japanese race has embarked on a course of conquest, the goal of which no man knows.

    The Yellow Peril

  • The ghost of Bill Totts had been successfully laid, and Freddie Drummond with rejuvenescent zeal tackled a brochure, long-planned, on the topic of “diminishing returns.”

    SOUTH OF THE SLOT

  • In it he wrote, "Today, equipped with the finest machines and systems of destruction the Caucasian mind has devised, handling machines and systems with remarkable and deadly accuracy, the rejuvenescent Japanese race had embarked on a course of conquest, the goal of which no man knows."

    “. . . in the stiff, dead fingers, the petition of his slaves who toiled in Hell's Bottom.”

  • If the clients were rejuvenescent, the office was unaltered, and presented the same picture as that described at the beginning of this story.

    Le Colonel Chabert

  • House in Great Gaunt Street was quite rejuvenescent and ready for the reception of Sir Pitt and his family, when the Baronet came to

    Vanity Fair

  • The well-known anti-aging and rejuvenescent agent-qingchunbao, was a prescription which originated in the royal palace of Ming Dynasty and its chief components are Panax ginseng, Ophiopogon japonis, etc.

    Chapter 8

  • Yet a dinner like this is no better than we can get, any day, at the rejuvenescent Cornhill

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 12, No. 70, August, 1863

  • And what provision, when that inevitable day of summer's defeat comes, have you made for saving part of the beauty and joy of your garden, of carrying some rescued plants into the safe stronghold of your house, like minstrels to make merry and cheer the clouded days until the long siege is over, and spring, rejuvenescent, comes to rout the snows?

    Gardening Indoors and Under Glass A Practical Guide to the Planting, Care and Propagation of House Plants, and to the Construction and Management of Hotbed, Coldframe and Small Greenhouse

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