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[ noun ] the conversion of waste land into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation

Used in print

(Robert E. Lane, The Liberties of Wit: Humanism, Critici...)

The terms `` renewal '' and `` refreshed '' , which often come_up in aesthetic discussion , seem partly to derive their import from the `` renewal '' of purpose and a `` refreshed '' sense of significance a person may receive from poetry , drama , and fiction .

The terms `` renewal '' and `` refreshed '' , which often come_up in aesthetic discussion , seem partly to derive their import from the `` renewal '' of purpose and a `` refreshed '' sense of significance a person may receive from poetry , drama , and fiction .

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[ noun ] the act of renewing

Used in print

(Randall Stewart, "A Little History, a Little Honesty: A...)

But with the renewal of interference in 1954 ( as with its beginning in 1835 ) , the improvement was impaired .

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repetition regenerate

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[ noun ] filling again by supplying what has been used up

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filling replenish

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