- v. Simple past tense and past participle of relive.
“With the help of discount Bahamas vacation package you not only get to spend the vacation at a discounted rate but you also can be relived from the tensions of arranging your journey and accommodation details.”
“Tim Sweeney, an attorney for Broom, said his client is "relived," but noted work still needs to be done.”
“In it, I saw the contours of an ancient battlefield—Camlan—and relived the moment when my mortal father discovered the bargain his son had struck to become immortal.”
“Used them to terrify others he planned to kill, watched them alone at home and relived the moment, just like he said he did.”
“Duma Key is not just a novel for the fans, but a cathartic response from King over his near-death accident in 1999; no doubt he relived his agonizing recovery while writing about Freemantle, and yet it is because of this firsthand experience, that Duma Key feels much more personal and empathetic.”
“The moments of the past are over, never to be replayed, but to be mentally relived.”
“In the final part of this collection, Koethe has traveled through his history, relived his past, and there is now an overwhelming feeling of nostalgia.”
“Rebecca survived a minor earthquake in California and relived the trauma through subsequent aftershocks.”
“Voices and narrative are brought increasingly to the fore in preparation for the choral finale, where the drama comes fully into the open and the feuds depicted orchestrally in the introduction are relived and then resolved.”
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