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renewal

Noun

1 the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation [syn: reclamation, rehabilitation]
2 the act of renewing
3 filling again by supplying what has been used up [syn: refilling, replenishment, replacement]

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Etymology

Pronunciation

Noun

  1. The act of renewing.
  2. An offensive action made immediately after a parried one

Translations

The act of renewing
An offensive action made immediately after a parried one

Extensive Definition

Renew or renewal may refer to:

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

about-face, accommodation, adaptation, adjustment, alteration, amelioration, amendment, another shot, another try, apostasy, atavism, backset, backward deviation, betterment, bracer, bracing, break, change, change of allegiance, change of heart, change of mind, changeableness, constructive change, continuity, conversion, cordial, defection, degeneration, degenerative change, deterioration, deviation, difference, discontinuity, divergence, diversification, diversion, diversity, doubling, duplication, echo, enlivenment, exhilaration, face-lift, falling back, fitting, flip-flop, fresh start, furbishment, gradual change, imitation, improvement, invigoration, lapse, melioration, mitigation, modification, modulation, new beginning, new birth, overthrow, palingenesis, palingenesy, pick-me-up, plagiarism, qualification, quotation, radical change, re-creation, realignment, reanimation, reappearance, rebeginning, rebirth, reclamation, recommencement, reconditioning, recreation, recrudescence, recurrence, redemption, redesign, redoubling, reduplication, reecho, reentrance, refection, reform, reformation, refreshing, refreshment, refurbishment, regale, regalement, regeneracy, regenerateness, regeneration, regenesis, regression, regurgitation, reincarnation, reinvigoration, rejuvenation, rejuvenescence, relapse, remaking, renaissance, renascence, renovation, reoccurrence, reopening, repetition, reproduction, reshaping, restructuring, resumption, resurgence, resurrection, resuscitation, retread, retreading, return, reversal, reverse, reversion, revival, revivescence, revivescency, revivification, revolution, second wind, second youth, setback, shift, slum clearance, stimulation, sudden change, switch, throwback, tonic, total change, transition, turn, turnabout, upheaval, urban renewal, variation, variety, violent change, vivification, worsening
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