Definition of 'renewed'
Example sentences containing 'renewed'
Times, Sunday Times (2016) The Sun (2009)
This time of year can give us all a renewed enthusiasm.The Sun (2006) The Sun (2011) The Sun (2011) Times, Sunday Times (2014) Times, Sunday Times (2013) The Sun (2010)
But the supermodel is now out in front wearing fur as the murderous trend takes off with renewed vigour.The Sun (2015) Times, Sunday Times (2016)
The renewed violence has claimed more than 70 lives.Times, Sunday Times (2009) The Sun (2012) Times, Sunday Times (2014) Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Large areas of London and other major towns went into lockdown yesterday amid fears of a renewed violence.The Sun (2011)
His presence on the panel of judges has led to renewed interest from potential stars and there was surge in applications for this series.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
I can see in training there is a renewed confidence.The Sun (2013)
That looks to be wise, given the potential for further growth amid the renewed enthusiasm for investment in gold.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Those affected may take up new activities or relationships, or show renewed interest in those which existed before the loss.Growing Through Loss and Grief (1994)
It looks like he is getting there - and bagging only his second goal of the campaign is bound to give him renewed confidence.The Sun (2006)
Much of the credit for the renewed confidence is being given to King Abdullah.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
Police arrested 19 people for vandalism, accusing anarchists of plotting to cause renewed violence during the final.Times, Sunday Times (2014)
He has fought back from a serious knee injury and an uncertain future at Chelsea to find renewed confidence with England.The Sun (2010)
One of the happier results of the Downton Abbey effect is a renewed interest in the history of paid domestic labour in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
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