Similar words: deliver, delivery, deliverer, livelihood, relic, relief, relieve, live. Meaning: [‚rɪː'lɪv] v. experience again, often in the imagination.
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(1) I relive that fateful day over and over in my mind.
(2) I wish I could relive my childhood.
(3) The girls watch the tape, eager to relive their victory against UCLA.
(4) Whenever I smell burning, I relive the final moments of the crash. Sentencedict.com
(5) He often wished he could relive the heady days of his youth.
(6) She had a sudden desperate longing to relive last night - at least, the part up until when they had said goodnight.
(7) It's about a woman who is forced to relive her past when she discovers her long-lost brother.
(8) Relive the most glorious defeat in the history of any franchise in any sport.
(9) Payment by automatic direct debit will further relive your administrative burden.
(10) I moved here last month to relive my memories.
(11) Dementors force us to relive our very worst memories.
(12) You can relive as often as you want.
(13) And we will never relive the second again.
(14) Can relive the errors of yesterday and right them?
(15) Objective : To study the relive pain theory of Bidens bipinnata L.
(16) Let's enter the paper theatre and relive childhood memories from long ago.
(17) At home, I'd relive each encounter, writhing at the thought of my inadequacies.
(18) All of us relive the pressure from work and study.
(19) You can laugh again and again, relive those great moments.
(20) While it might be fun to relive your youth for a few weeks, you’ll eventually tire of the club hopping, all-night binge drinking and the other things men over 30 shouldn't be doing.
(21) In order to develop the world peace, we relive old friendship.
(22) I wish I could put the clock back and relive my schooldays; I regret not having tried harder and passed more exams.
(23) The Republicans running for president now come to Arizona so they might live their dreams while we relive our nightmares.
(24) This includes an audio visual show which transports visitors on a 15 minute journey on the Trent to relive floods and battles.
(25) He no longer felt the need to borrow cars and go lifting round the shops to relive the boredom.
(26) If he liked the house so much he could go and live in it himself and relive his happy memories.
(27) But old hands like Richard Thompson and Ashley Hutchins still get together to relive old songs.
(28) Often those recalling such abductions attune to such planes of reality and relive them.
(29) How, for example, do I express this sexual need to publicly relive the abuse I experienced without promoting pedophilia?
(30) Unless you're keeping the films for when you're both old and want to relive your stay here in Minorca hour by hour.
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