American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To give life to; render living; give an organic or vital character to. Also spelled vitalise.
- v. American alternative spelling of vitalise.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To endow with life, or vitality; to give life to; to make alive.
- v. give life to
- v. make more lively or vigorous
- vital + -ize (Wiktionary)
“He did revitalize poverty and he did vitalize crooks who he allowed to fleece the country.”
“The government will work to utilize the merits of the strong yen to enrich peoples' livelihoods and vitalize industry," the interim plan said.”
“The emotions are held to the experience and worked into its unity because they go to intensify the thought and imagination, and thus vitalize those activities (1).”
“New Delhi says the trip, the first since a civilian government took office, is an opportunity to "further vitalize" the relationship.”
“With vitalization technology and hyper visors, you can take some of those devices and vitalize them.”
“Earth Spectrum Health offers cutting-edge consciousness-based products, services, and technologies that vitalize and support the shift to high-energy, purposeful living.”
“And passing this sort of legislation makes sense, from the perspective of a state seeking to vitalize the local economy.”
“Through mindfulness, you can discover these forgotten qualities that will inspire and vitalize you, and carry you through the rough waters of criticism to more placid waters.”
“With Star Trek this leads to great dissent whenever something new comes along that might re-vitalize the series.”
“The mall experiment was to try and re-vitalize the core and bring it back to what we had in the 50s and sixties which was much more vibrant than you see in this photo.”
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