Definition of Reinvigorator

1. invigorator [n -S] - See also: invigorator



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinvigorator

reinvestigation
reinvestigations
reinvesting
reinvestment
reinvestments
reinvestor
reinvestors
reinvests
reinvigorate
reinvigorated
reinvigorates
reinvigorating
reinvigoratingly
reinvigoration
reinvigorations
reinvigorator (current term)
reinvigorators
reinvite
reinvited
reinvites
reinviting
reinvoice
reinvoiced
reinvoices
reinvoicing
reinvoke
reinvoked
reinvokes
reinvoking
reinvolve

Literary usage of Reinvigorator

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1. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1922)
"The barberry doc« increase the severity of stem rust, and may act as a reinvigorator of the fungus. ..."

2. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1873)
"Through the itinerant system, of which he was the reinvigorator and life-long illustrator, the spiritual destitution of our pioneer population was relieved. ..."

3. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1883)
"Through the itinerant system, of which he was the reinvigorator and life-long illustrator, the spiritual destitution of our pioneer population was relieved. ..."

4. Pietism and Methodism: Or, the Significance of German Pietism in the Origin by Arthur Wilford Nagler (1918)
"At times he lingered on by-paths; but invariably he returned to take up the main issue, the reinvigorator of personal piety. His efforts centered about one ..."

5. Sexual Science: Including Manhod, Womanhood, and Their Mutual Interrelations by Orson Squire Fowler (1870)
"As a recreating amusement it has no equal, nor as a pro- longer of life, or reinvigorator of all the faculties. It promotes »flection, because enjoying ..."

6. A Treatise on Theism, and on the Modern Skeptical Theories by Francis Wharton (1859)
"... the holy Clotilde," the companion of his solitude and reinvigorator of his philosophy, rises above the nymph Egeria, and unites the three anomalous ..."

7. Eclectic Journal of Medicine by John Bell (1840)
"... stadium as an astringent to restrain hemorrhage, and in the last stage of debility, as a sub-tonic, or safe stimulant and reinvigorator. ..."

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