Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To cultivate anew.

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  • verb To cultivate again; to make productive once again

Etymologies

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re- +‎ cultivate

Examples

  • The solution to the ills of Western Christendom is, in my analysis, to recultivate in the minds of the faithful a sense of the sacred and a notion of the existence of objective truth, both of which were largely lost already 150 years ago.

    Vatican Council II: An Open Discussion

  • One of the habits I must recultivate is that of noting the found poetry every day on the A&E Biography sign.

    Goth girl

  • One of the habits I must recultivate is that of noting the found poetry every day on the A&E Biography sign.

    Goth girl

  • He had not exactly resolved to come that day to some decisive proof as to the widow's intention, but he had meant, if possible, to recultivate his friendship with Eleanor, and in his present frame of mind any such recultivation must have ended in a declaration of love.

    Barchester Towers

  • I am trying to recultivate the overwhelming enthusiasm I have had for truly, truly bad ideas.

    NYT > Home Page

  • With the grant of this liberty, they began to recultivate their

    Bucaniers of America:

  • While there is a plan to recultivate the wasteland, it is unclear what exactly the project will entail.

    The Moscow Times

  • While there is a plan to recultivate the wasteland, it is unclear what exactly the project will entail.

    The Moscow Times

  • I want to recultivate old friendships and have company over for games and dinners and movies.

    Ask MetaFilter

  • More importantly, in the long-term we need to recultivate local food markets, from fruit-and-vegetable stalls on up to local butchers, as well as the growing of family kitchen gardens.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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