Definition of Reanimations

1. Noun. (plural of reanimation) ¹



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Definition of Reanimations

1. reanimation [n] - See also: reanimation

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reanimations

reanalysing
reanalysis
reanalyze
reanalyzed
reanalyzes
reanalyzing
reangle
reangled
reangles
reangling
reanimate
reanimated
reanimates
reanimating
reanimation
reanimations (current term)
reanimator
reanimators
reanneal
reannealed
reannealing
reanneals
reannex
reannexation
reannexations
reannexed
reannexes
reannexing
reannotate
reannotated

Literary usage of Reanimations

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1. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"In his two reanimations of the Arthurian legends, Merlin (1917) and Launcelot (1920), Robinson, shaming the tea-table idyls of ..."

2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1905)
"... after the immense majority of these there come reanimations,—daily after sleep, frequently after swoon, occasionally after coma, now and then after ..."

3. Modern American Poetry by Louis Untermeyer (1921)
"In his two reanimations of the Arthurian legends, Merlin (1917) and Launcelot (1920), Robinson, shaming the tea-table idyls of ..."

4. English Drama by Felix Emmanuel Schelling (1914)
"... all such art than is to be found in the often quoted words of Bed- does himself: " These reanimations are vampire-cold. Such ghosts as Marlowe, Webster, ..."

5. Critical Kit-kats by Edmund Gosse (1914)
"These reanimations are vampire-cold. Such ghosts as Marloe, Webster, &c., are better dramatists, better poets, I dare say, than any contemporary of ours, ..."

6. The Mental Hygiene of Childhood by William Alanson White (1919)
"All of these activities, however, are regressive in character; that is, they are ; reanimations of infantile pleasure activities under the necessity for ..."

7. The Mental Hygiene of Childhood by William Alanson White (1919)
"All of these activities, however, are regressive in character; that is, they are reanimations of infantile pleasure activities under the necessity for ..."

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