- v. present participle of rekindle.
- n. The act of kindling again.
“ATHENS Friday, Marion Jones was supposed to finally have her Olympic moment, one upbeat night when she could begin rekindling her image as one of the world's greatest female athletes.”
“So I hope that my trip here and the long-term rekindling of the relationship with India that I'm committed to for our country can basically slowly, over time, take this in a different direction”
“Three different contexts for the word rekindling example - how often did you and you wife go out for time alone last month?”
“He has since indicated he would be open to the idea of rekindling his AFL career, and if he did, would need to commit to Sydney by December.”
“I was kind of rekindling that fire towards the sport that faded a bit living in the football tundra that Connecticut can be.”
“Shoemark thanked the union for "rekindling" a career that he felt was at the crossroads before he arrived in 2006.”
“Nomura Australia chief economist Stephen Roberts said the data showed a "rekindling" in the established housing market.”
“We have to thank our 'rekindling' luck for being turned away from our planned State Park camping destination 'Spruce Reservoir Recreation Area' on Saturday.”
“NASCAR Heat 2010 or some kind of rekindling of Viper Racing”
“Unrest is also growing in schools and universities, rekindling fears of a replay of the 1968 student uprising that brought down Charles DeGaulle's government.”
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synonyms of revelation or even catalysts leading revelation (moments of clarity).. whatever they may be (preferably nouns)
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