Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To revive, flourish, or bloom anew.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • verb To flourish again.

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  • verb intransitive To flourish again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ flourish

Examples

  • If you stump the tree by cutting it down, the roots can still sprout and reflourish.

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  • With the use of fertilizers the plantain plants can reflourish quickly.

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  • But at last this same tree, through the compassionate mercy of God, and without any national (governmental) assistance, shall return to its original root, reflourish and bear abundant fruit. '

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Bishop of Hippo, only restored, or caused to reflourish, the order of canons regular, which was first instituted by the Apostles.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • Distinctions, both those that are useful and those that are burdensome, flourish and die, reflourish and die again.

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  • Distinctions, both those that are useful and those that are burdensome, flourish and die, reflourish and die again.

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  • ALL the withered parts of thee shall thereby reflourish, all thy languishing weaknesses shall be cured, thine instabilities shall be renewed, made strong and all braced up to thee, nor shall they pluck thee down whither they are descending, but they shall stay with thee and shall stand fast for ever in God's own presence, who is immutable and eternal. here for more information.

    †Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam†

  • In the book, I suggest that Epicurus’s garden was a place where human and social virtues, trampled on by the so-called real world, could reflourish under carefully husbanded circumstances.

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  • In the book, I suggest that Epicurus’s garden was a place where human and social virtues, trampled on by the so-called real world, could reflourish under carefully husbanded circumstances.

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