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Synonyms for revivingre·viv·ing

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  1. renewing, restorative, reviving, revitalizing, revitalisingadjective

    tending to impart new life and vigor to

    "the renewing warmth of the sunshine"

    Synonyms:
    restorative, recuperative, revitalizing, revitalising, renewing

    Antonyms:
    debilitating

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  1. Thomas Waldhauser:

    Russia is more deliberate in Libya as they invoke Gadhafi - era relationships and debts to obtain economic and military contracts, these agreements are aimed at accessing Libya's vast oil market, reviving arms sales, and gaining access to coastal territories on the Mediterranean Sea, providing Russia closer access to Europe's southern border.

  2. Thomas Waldhauser:

    These agreements are aimed at accessing Libya's vast oil market, reviving arms sales, and gaining access to coastal territories on the Mediterranean Sea, providing Russia closer access to Europe's southern border.

  3. Tokuo Hayakawa:

    I can't tell my grandson to be my heir, reviving this town is impossible.

  4. Chris Williamson:

    The region is on course to see a mere 0.1 percent GDP growth in the final quarter of the year, with a strong likelihood of the near-stagnation turning to renewed contraction in the new year unless demand shows signs of reviving.

  5. Erik Pevernagie:

    When the mind is burdened voluntary silence can spawn release and wellness. It has the power to create spiritness and space for imagination. It can lead to a reviving retreat into a world with new perspectives.

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