What is another word for resurrecting?

Pronunciation: [ɹɪsəɹˈɛktɪŋ] (IPA)

Resurrecting is the act of bringing someone or something back to life or reviving an idea or project that has been abandoned. Synonyms for resurrecting include reanimating, revitalizing, restoring, reviving, rejuvenating, renewing, resuscitating, and bringing back to existence. These synonyms communicate the idea of breathing new life into something that was once dead or dormant. They can be used in various contexts, including education, business, arts, and science. Whether it's reviving a declining company, resuscitating a failed project, or renewing an old friendship, the act of resurrecting requires determination, courage, and commitment.

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Usage examples for Resurrecting

resurrecting another old trick, he measured time by pulse-beats, and stood unstirring and all but breathless for three full minutes.
"Alias The Lone Wolf"
Louis Joseph Vance
Silas Pettibone read this remarkable communication with interest; indeed, after returning it to its envelope and bestowing it in his most inaccessible coat-pocket, the under-shepherd of the lowly flock of Innisfield gave himself the task of resurrecting and reperusing the succinct yet weighty words of Mrs. Van Deuser.
"The Transfiguration of Miss Philura"
Florence Morse Kingsley
Three times the roof had fallen in badly, on the second occasion nearly burying Jim and Fullerton; it was considered, now, that Linton was a difficult man to bury, with an unconquerable habit of resurrecting himself.
"Captain Jim"
Mary Grant Bruce

Famous quotes with Resurrecting

  • Reading the epitaphs, our only salvation lies in resurrecting the dead and burying the living.
    Paul Eldridge
  • ‘... I sensed that Park Street is, essentially (even for the destitute), a place of brief acquaintances and meetings no one has too much time for anyone else, you yourself are part of a web of motivations that are fading and resurrecting – and you must be on the move constantly to be in the street’s ebb and flow of traffic.’
    Amit Chaudhuri

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