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  • v. To light or illuminate anew; to rekindle.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To light anew; to rekindle.
  • transitive v. To illuminate again.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To light anew; rekindle.
  • To illuminate again.


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See relume and illumine.


  • The lights, when they came, would have failed to relumine an expectation in my bosom, had not their beams disclosed the forms of various books, which one and another had brought in for the evening's amusement.

    The Ladies' Vase Polite Manual for Young Ladies

  • The melancholy history of man too fully proves, that conjugal affection, once extinguished, is rarely, if ever, blown into a second flame, for “where is that Promethean heat that can its light relumine?”

    Cava of Toledo; or, the Gothic Princess

  • Hesperides, pretending that her object is by magical incantations again to relumine the passion of love in the breast of Aeneas.

    Lives of the Necromancers


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