Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of renovating, or the state of being renovated or renewed; a making new after decay, destruction, or impairment; renewal.
- n. In theology, the renewal wrought by the Holy Spirit in one who has been regenerated. Renovation differs from regeneration inasmuch as, while regeneration is a single act, and confers a divine life, which can never be wholly lost in this life, or, according to Calvinistic theology, continues forever, renovation is a continuous process or a repetition of acts whereby the divine life is preserved and matured.
- n. An act, or the process, of renovating.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act or process of renovating; the state of being renovated or renewed.
- n. the state of being restored to its former good condition
- n. the act of improving by renewing and restoring
“We think the renovation is daring, original and totally goes with an exotic country like Turkey.”
“Mr. Mack said that he bought the penthouse with partners as an investment and expected to resell it at a significant profit, despite the rising taxes, when a renovation is complete.”
“Without creating massive movable stands (you think the renovation is expensive now?!?!), it's simply not feasible for the two sports to share a stadium with even a halfway decent experience for the fans.”
“The interior renovation is an exercise in Modernism.”
“The trio knows they cannot afford the upkeep so they plan to sell the mansion once the renovation is done.”
“Watching you guys do this renovation is going to be fun - more fun for us probably, as we don't have to worry about what is happening, how to pay for it all etc.”
“One of the best uses of pasta tiles I have seen in a renovation is to embed some of them into a polished concrete floor.”
“I have previously mentioned how to contact some other people who are in renovation so I won't repeat myself.”
“She and the cottage (which was a run-down shack in a former life) have a relationship that's led them across two states, a long-term renovation project, and-eventually-to a”
“The city completed a $7 million renovation of the Coliseum in 2002, but the facility still needs a long-term renovation and improvement plan.”
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