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malign, defame, denigrate, slander, libel, backbite, bespatter, SI. badmouth; denounce, decry, disparage, discredit, depreciate, deprecate, belittle, minimize, run or put down, Inf. knock; scorn, deride, gibbet, ridicule, mock, lampoon, pasquinade, make fun of. revilement, n. 1. vituperation, assailment, abuse, attack, belaboring; curse, execration, imprecation, malediction, anathematization; invective, railing, fulmination, upbraiding, objurgation, contumely, berating, scolding, tongue-lashing; censure, reproach, rebuke, reproval.
2. vilification, impugnment, traducement, aspersion, calumniation, calumny, obloquy, slur; maligning, defamation, denigration, slander, libel,
Inf. backbiting; diatribe, tirade, philippic, denunciation, disparagement, discrediting, depreciation, deprecation, insinuation, belittlement, minimization; scorn, derision, ridicule, mockery. revise, v. 1. amend, alter, change; correct, rectify, right, straighten out; (all of opinions, beliefs, etc.) reconsider, review, reappraise.
2. rewrite, redraft, rework; update, bring up to date; edit, emend, emendate; retouch, revamp, overhaul, doctor, repair. revision,
n. 1. change, alteration, amendment; correction, rectification; review, reassessment, reappraisal, re-evaluation, reconsideration, reexamination, second look; {all of a written piece) recension, redation, emendation.
2. rewrite, revised
or new edition, update. revival, n. 1. renewal, resumption, recommencement; revivification, resurrection, rejuvenation, rejuvenescence, reinvigoration, revitalization, regeneration, resuscitation, recrudescence.
2. renaissance, renascence, rebirth, new birth, new day, new dawn; fresh start, new beginning, another try; rally, recovery, new lease on life, another chance. revive, v. 1. reactivate, renew, activate, set in motion, start; incite, instigate.
2. rejuvenate, reanimate, reinvigorate, revitalize, regenerate, recharge, rekindle, renew, refresh, freshen, resuscitate, put
or breathe new life into.
3. cheer, encourage, hearten, raise [s.o.'s] spirits,
Inf set [s.o.] back on his feet or legs, Inf. give [s.o.] a boost or a lift; animate, stimulate, vivify, enliven, invigorate, exhilarate, stir, stir up, stir [s.o.'s] blood, quicken, arouse, breathe life into.
4. refresh [s.o.'s] memory, call
or bring to mind, call up, summon up, conjure up, evoke.
5. come to,
Inf come round or around, regain or return to consciousness, awaken; come alive, come to life, live again, rise again, rise from the dead; recover, recuperate, rally, pull through, get better or well, Inf make a comeback.
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(all of a theatrical production) restage, remount, reproduce. revocation, n. 1. repeal, rescinding, rescission, abrogation; annulment, disannulment, nullification, abolishment, abolition, avoidance, voidance, Law. defeasance; quashing, invalidation, Obs. vacatur, disenactment, cancellation, setting aside; suspension, Law. nolle prosequi, discontinuance, cessation.
2. recantation, retraction, palinode, abjuration, withdrawal, taking back, recall; renouncement, renunciation, relinquishment, abnegation, repudiation, denial, disclaimer, disavowal; apostasy, defection, tergiversation; countermand, counterorder, reversal, overriding, overruling; veto, negation; termination, dissolution, putting an end to, bringing to an end, doing away with.

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