Definition of revivification in English:

revivification

noun

  • See revivify

    • ‘Yet the advent of a swimming mishap, a recession, a war, a tsunami or a bout of pancreatitis can sometimes be the stuff of which revivifications are made.’
    • ‘Maybe the nation really has put Vietnam behind it, despite the current attempts at revivification.’
    • ‘Any revivification of active citizenship in Australia and elsewhere depends at least partly on the provision of the actual public infrastructure necessary for its realisation.’
    • ‘Dr Allawi cannot and does not claim credit for the democratic revivification of his country.’
    • ‘And, as with Thomas Nozkowski's deft, eccentric revivifications of modernist composition, Root's paintings are, in regard to their progenitors, simultaneously affectionate and irreverent.’

Pronunciation

revivification

/rɪvɪvɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/