Ren"o*vate (r?n"?-v?t), v. t. [L. renovatus, p. p. of renovare;pref. re- re- + novare to make new, fr. novus new. See New, and Renew.]

To make over again; to restore to freshness or vigor; to renew.

All nature feels the reniovating force Of winter. Thomson.


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