Renewed - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |rəˈnuːd|  American pronunciation of the word renewed
Brit.  |rɪˈnjuːd|  British pronunciation of the word renewed
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto renew
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto renew

adjective

- restored to a new condition

felt renewed strength

Examples

The festival went ahead, despite renewed protests.

The campaigners renewed their calls for reform.

We started work again with a renewed sense of purpose.

Hopes for peace dissolved in renewed violence.

This discussion has renewed my hope of finding a solution to the problem.

She renewed her promise to come see me.

They have renewed their efforts to find a peaceful solution.

The incident has renewed hostilities between the groups.

They recently renewed their acquaintance after more than 10 years apart.

The decision will give renewed impetus to the economic regeneration of our country.

The waves receded from the ship, only to return to beat with renewed force.

Their intimacy renewed.

Fears of renewed terrorist attacks cast a cloud over the event (=spoilt the happy situation).

Carey's hope was that the church would be renewed and invigorated.

I've just renewed the policy (=arranged for it to continue).

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