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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reenergize.

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Examples

  • The company successfully launched their most significant marketing investment, Starbucks VIA, into the international grocery channel this quarter, and "reenergized" and "brought innovation to" other beverages.

    Starbucks Serves Up Earnings Growth

  • Of course, everybody's kind of reenergized right now, but the crews got a good rest last night and they're willing -- more than willing to go.

    CNN Transcript Dec 17, 2006

  • But the great thing is now we feel more reenergized than ever.

    Criminal Minds' Thomas Gibson: Things Are Not Back to Normal

  • On the reenergized subject of the Lovings, Ms. Villet said that her husband's natural inclinations humanized the family instead of deliberately ennobling them.

    A Storyteller Is Seen With New Eyes

  • And in that same instant, the stadium crowd went from screaming encouragement to its favorite son to the reenergized roar that signaled the resurrection of a chase.

    One Season

  • Along with their peers in the GOP, evangelical activists remain uncertain about a leader and an agenda, and even though they emerged from the 2010 midterms much like they did in 1966 -- reenergized by better prospects -- their future remains gray.

    Darren Dochuk: Remembering Reagan: The Evangelical Model For Republican Success In 2012

  • Since Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak stepped down after nearly 30 years in power Friday, thousands of reenergized Yemenis, from students to laborers, lawyers to human rights activists, have taken to the streets of Sanaa and other cities to speak out against Yemen's corruption, high unemployment and lack of basic freedoms.

    In Yemen, female activist strives for an Egypt-like revolution

  • I've come out hopeful and reenergized, but also incredibly cynical about Tanzania's potential for sustainability.

    Two Sides to Every Coin

  • She took another sip of her drink, and it seemed as though she was somehow reenergized, more vital.

    Fatal Error

  • Along with their peers in the GOP, evangelical activists remain uncertain about a leader and an agenda, and even though they emerged from the 2010 midterms much like they did in 1966 -- reenergized by better prospects -- their future remains gray.

    Darren Dochuk: Remembering Reagan: The Evangelical Model For Republican Success In 2012

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