Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of rejuvenation.

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Examples

  • For those of you who can't afford "rejuvenations" - Feministing

    For those of you who can't afford "rejuvenations" - Feministing

  • Bank of America's never-die accounts are also known for their miraculous rejuvenations, complete with unexpected service fees.

    Rogue Charges Resurrect Expired Amex Card - The Consumerist

  • You see, I have had an undisclosed number of rejuvenations; I am of great-grandmotherly age, not the maiden I appear.

    Here There Are Monsters

  • You see, I have had an undisclosed number of rejuvenations; I am of great-grandmotherly age, not the maiden I appear.

    Unicorn Point

  • But in the course of his several rejuvenations we have learned a little about his physical makeup.

    Time Enough For Love

  • Tamara has had two rejuvenations-one recently and looks as young as you do.

    Time Enough For Love

  • There have been Chicano conferences in Albuquerque, Houston, Kansas City, and South Bend, annual rejuvenations in Denver, and last spring the first joint Chicano-Boricua (Puerto Rican) Conference, in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

    A Special Supplement: The Chicanos

  • This was one of the four daily rejuvenations that gladdened the heart of Mount Mark.

    Prudence of the Parsonage

  • Their return, scientists say, will allow the creatures that flourish on salmon - the bears, eagles, otters and orcas that also call this region home - to experience rejuvenations of their own.

    News - latimes.com

  • Kapersky was keeping it at bay, finding it's instances, followed it's perpetual and daily rejuvenations, fixed files, deleted the Trojan but it kept reappearing each and every single day after day.

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