Definition of Restimulate

1. Verb. (Scientology) To unlock a previously lost memory (engram) from the past. ¹



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Definition of Restimulate

1. stimulate [v -LATED, -LATING, -LATES] - See also: stimulate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Restimulate

restharrow
restharrows
resthold
restick
resticking
resticks
restier
restiest
restiff
restiffness
restiffs
restiform
restiform body
restiform eminence
restily
restimulate (current term)
restimulated
restimulates
restimulating
restimulation
restimulations
restiness
resting
resting-place
resting-places
resting cell
resting length
resting phase
resting potential
resting saliva

Literary usage of Restimulate

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1. Rhythmical Pulsation in Scyphomedusae by Alfred Goldsborough Mayer (1906)
"The rate of pulsation in the disks deprived of sense-organs depends simply upon the time required for the waves to traverse the circuit and restimulate the ..."

2. Catalogue of Stars Within Two Degrees of the North Pole Deduced from by Caroline Ellen Furness (1905)
"The rate of pulsation in the disks deprived of sense-organs depends simply upon the time required for the waves to traverse the circuit and restimulate the ..."

3. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1893)
"It may be, and probably is, true that also the minute tissues of the part are slightly ruptured, and the return of the blood to these would thus restimulate ..."

4. American Anthropologist by American Anthropological Association (1902)
"... two clay vessels resulting from an attempt to restimulate the art of the Ojibwa of Al- goma, some objects of catlinite found in a grave near Sandwich, ..."

5. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1903)
"The tendency to move in order to aid perception is attributed to the desire to restimulate the sense organs, and is not regarded as evidence of a motor ..."

6. The American Commonwealth by James Bryce Bryce (1914)
"In cases of gravity or doubt, where it is thought prudent to consult or to restimulate the party, the caucus committee convokes a caucus, ie a meeting of ..."

7. Workforce 2000: Work and Workers for the 21st Century by William B. Johnstone, DIANE Publishing Company, Arnold E. Packer (1987)
"In particular, it is important for the United States, along with other industrial countries, to find ways to restimulate growth in the developing world. ..."

8. A Social Theory of Religious Education by George Albert Coe (1917)
"... confirmed by habit and by being made premises for thought, restimulate themselves from generation to generation by informal education. ..."

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