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Verb(1) reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new(2) cause to appear in a new form
(1) Garret was actually nice to me one day, and it continued on; it was as if he wanted to make amends again, and renew our broken friendship.(2) ├ö├ç├┐Why not renew your invitation and take her to your house at the seaside?├ö├ç├û he said.(3) David's anger starts to renew itself as he continues to comprehend the situation fully.(4) The insurer told her and her partners that it would not renew their contract.(5) Favorite activities will renew your spirit as well as your body; do them even if you only find time on weekends.(6) Bartman has signed a one-year contract with an option to renew at the end of the season.(7) Certification is a challenge for us to learn what we do not know and to continually upgrade and renew our skills.(8) Since becoming Congress President in 1998 she has worked hard to renew the party, campaigning in three General Elections to help bring it back to power.(9) However, he did not make a request of the Defendant, to access his property, nor did he renew his request for interlocutory injunctive relief.(10) The objective of a biodynamic farm is to be self-sustaining as well as to continually renew the soil.(11) In addition, we must renew our coalition-building activities.(12) He will also renew a friendly rivalry with Susie, which goes back to their time in karting.(13) The territory's federal justices, plainly intimidated, took no steps to indict anyone for the killings, and Hosmer went so far as to renew his praise of the vigilantes.(14) But the sceptic's willingness to renew his challenge at every stage indicates that this is not the sort of answer he is looking for.(15) We were communicating fairly well and I was about to renew my questions as to how he came to be here when the sensor alert sounded.(16) The attack prompted India to renew warnings about attacking Pakistan's terrorist bases.
(1) renew lease :: adnewyddu prydles
1. resume ::
3. revive ::
4. renovate ::
5. extend ::
6. replenish ::
7. reincarnate ::
8. regenerate ::
Different Formsrenew, renewable, renewal, renewals, renewed, renewing, renews
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