reclaim, reconstruct, help, regenerate, reform, repair, doctor, revitalize, touch on, rebuild, revamp, breathe new life into, reestablish, strong, make youthful, reinstate, re-create, rectify, strengthen, revivify, furbish, new, refurbish, study at renew, bushel, restitute, furbish up
refresh (part of speech: verb)
restore (part of speech: verb)
- It may not have been able to rejuvenate them, but, as by a handkerchief that survives the departure of its owner, their senses were faintly stimulated. - "Carnival", Compton Mackenzie.
- While house cleaning is going on the body uses its reserves to rebuild organs and rejuvenate itself. - "How and When to Be Your Own Doctor", Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon.
- When he realized that his virility was failing he consulted the Great Mother, as the source and giver of life, to obtain an elixir which would rejuvenate him and obviate the necessity of being killed. - "The Evolution of the Dragon", G. Elliot Smith.