Re*ju"ve*na`ted (?), p. a. from Rejuvenate.


Rendered young again; as, rejuvenated life.

2. (Phys. Geog.)


Stimulated by uplift to renewed erosive activity; -- said of streams.


Developed with steep slopes inside a district previously worn down nearly to base level; -- said of topography, or features of topography, as valleys, hills, etc.


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