• WordNet 3.6
    • adj regenerate reformed spiritually or morally "a regenerate sinner","regenerate by redemption from error or decay"
    • v regenerate restore strength "This food revitalized the patient"
    • v regenerate undergo regeneration
    • v regenerate form or produce anew "regenerate hatred"
    • v regenerate be formed or shaped anew
    • v regenerate replace (tissue or a body part) through the formation of new tissue "The snake regenerated its tail"
    • v regenerate return to life; get or give new life or energy "The week at the spa restored me"
    • v regenerate bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one "The Church reformed me","reform your conduct"
    • v regenerate amplify (an electron current) by causing part of the power in the output circuit to act upon the input circuit
    • v regenerate reestablish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years","They renewed their membership"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
  • Interesting fact: In humans, the epidermal layer of skin, which consists of many layers of skin regenerates every 27 days
    • Regenerate (Theol) Born anew; become Christian; renovated in heart; changed from a natural to a spiritual state.
    • Regenerate Hence, to make a radical change for the better in the character or condition of; as, to regenerate society.
    • Regenerate Reproduced. "The earthly author of my blood,
      Whose youthful spirit, in me regenerate ,
      Doth with a twofold vigor lift me up."
    • Regenerate (Theol) To cause to be spiritually born anew; to cause to become a Christian; to convert from sin to holiness; to implant holy affections in the heart of.
    • Regenerate To generate or produce anew; to reproduce; to give new life, strength, or vigor to. "Through all the soil a genial fferment spreads. Regenerates the plauts, and new adorns the meads."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • regenerate To generate or produce anew; reproduce.
    • regenerate In theology, to cause to be born again; cause to become a Christian; give by direct divine influence a new spiritual life to. See regeneration, 2.
    • regenerate Reproduced; restored; renewed.
    • regenerate In theology, begotten or born anew; changed from a natural to a spiritual state.
    • regenerate To be formed again; come into existence again; be generated again.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Regenerate rē-jen′ėr-āt to produce anew:
    • adj Regenerate regenerated, renewed: changed from a natural to a spiritual state
    • v.t Regenerate rē-jen′ėr-āt (theol.) to renew the heart and turn it to the love of God
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  • Jean De La Bruyere
    “The regeneration of society is the regeneration of society by individual education.”
  • Edward G. Bulwer-Lytton
    “The prudent person may direct a state, but it is the enthusiast who regenerates or ruins it.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. regeneratus, p. p. of regenerare, to regenerate; pref. re-, re- + generare, to beget. See Generate
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. regenerāre, -ātum, to bring forth again—re-, again, generāre, to generate.


In literature:

It all turned on the regeneration of Corsica by methods which he himself prescribed.
"The Life of Napoleon I (Volumes, 1 and 2)" by John Holland Rose
He will be the principle which transforms and regenerates them, but there is no need for him to be incarnate.
"Là-bas" by J. K. Huysmans
But it had a nucleus of workers with new ideas for the intellectual regeneration of Ireland.
"Ireland In The New Century" by Horace Plunkett
They needed no physical regeneration.
"White Shadows in the South Seas" by Frederick O'Brien
Septimus proclaimed the regeneration of his body servant as one of the innumerable debts he owed to Zora.
"Septimus" by William J. Locke
As a scheme of industrial regeneration, cooperation never materialized.
"A History of Trade Unionism in the United States" by Selig Perlman
For a brief while Macready believed that the star of regeneration had arisen.
"Life of Robert Browning" by William Sharp
It does not mean the regeneration of a sinner, nor the first work of the Spirit in conviction.
"Notes On The Apocalypse" by David Steele
The vision of a regenerate humanity, "his last and loveliest," must depart like the rest.
"A Handbook to the Works of Browning (6th ed.)" by Mrs. Sutherland Orr
Even so, his regeneration seemed in itself a thing worth while.
"The Just and the Unjust" by Vaughan Kester
The first and second steps constitute repentance; the second and third regeneration.
"Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall" by Charles Major
The regeneration of the world cannot come from the sacrifice of our men alone, or even of some of us at home.
"Women and War Work" by Helen Fraser
She was Svava regenerated.
"The Elder Eddas of Saemund Sigfusson; and the Younger Eddas of Snorre Sturleson" by Saemund Sigfusson and Snorre Sturleson
From that day Acton threw his heart and soul into the regeneration of Biffen's.
"Acton's Feud" by Frederick Swainson
Advance, regenerated sons of freedom!
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. 341, March, 1844, Vol. 55" by Various
What would Mr. Theobald Wolfe Tone have said to such an associate in his regenerating expedition?
"The Journal of Sir Walter Scott" by Walter Scott
This can only be effected by the effort to remove the cause and strengthen the weak points by means of Regeneration.
"Valere Aude" by Louis Dechmann
The passing through these places was enjoined on religious votaries, as indicating respect for the great principle of regeneration.
"Continental Monthly, Vol. I., No. IV., April, 1862" by Various
First stage of regeneration, you know.
"From the Housetops" by George Barr McCutcheon
If we can't do anything but sin till we are regenerated, who is to blame for our sin, but He who neglects to regenerate us?
"Modern Skepticism: A Journey Through the Land of Doubt and Back Again" by Joseph Barker

In poetry:

Predestinated to be sons,
Born by degrees, but chose at once,
A new regenerated race,
To praise the glory of his grace.
"Hymn 54" by Isaac Watts
Who knows but in the great regeneration,
When He shall make the whole world new, that thou
Shalt only change, erect in thine old station
By bloom and beauty which thou hast not now?
"The Maiden's Reply To The Mountain" by Samuel John Stone
Brothers! of these two voices, strange most unimaginably,
Unceasingly regenerated, dying unceasingly,
Harken-ed of the Eternal throughout His Eternity,
The one voice uttereth: NATURE! and the other voice: HUMANITY!
"Heard On The Mountain" by Francis Thompson

In news:

Spinergy Regenerate enhances any stone investment.
Lawsuit Against Paul McKee's Northside Regeneration Transferred to Supreme Court.
How Close Are We to Making Like Salamanders and Regenerating Our Own Organs.
Potential new approach to regenerating skeletal muscle tissue.
Microsoft Drops Stealthy Regenerating Supercookies from MSN.
An African mouse can regenerate wounded skin without scarring, providing insight into how tissue regeneration can occur in mammals.
Zebrafish, like many other vertebrates, are able to regenerate a variety of body tissues, including their brains.
Improving Nerve Regeneration For Spinal Injuries.
Catalyst Regeneration Market Set to Top $4 Billion in 2016.
Stratton engines are tested and regenerate electricity for use within the plant via regeneration stations.
Agent Tested in Heart Attack Patients for Protection of Cells and Tissue Regeneration .
7 spots for mental regeneration this week.
Two issues common across the border were the economy and and engine regeneration .
Stone Bridge Forest Preserve: A regeneration of land and spirit.
This architectural delight is made of regenerated leather without any glue and can be recycled again and again.

In science:

The derivation is based on an adaptation, using coupling, of the regeneration argument of Sznitman-Zerner.
A law of large numbers for random walks in random mixing environments
In , a coupling technique was introduced that immediately allows one to adapt the construction of regeneration times to the case of measures P which are L-dependent, that is such that coordinates of the environment at distance larger than L, some fixed deterministic L, are independent.
A law of large numbers for random walks in random mixing environments
One then is reduced to the study of tails of these regeneration times.
A law of large numbers for random walks in random mixing environments
The statement of our fundamental result, Theorem 3.12, involves certain modified regeneration times, which are introduced in Section 2 below.
A law of large numbers for random walks in random mixing environments
We also learnt of , where the authors use the regeneration times to prove a result very similar to our theorem 3.
The Point of View of the Particle on the Law of Large Numbers for Random Walks in a Mixing Random Environment
However, they require moment controls on the regeneration times, which we do not need in our approach.
The Point of View of the Particle on the Law of Large Numbers for Random Walks in a Mixing Random Environment
In this section we consider the distribution of the percolation cluster to the right of Zn = z , given that n is a regeneration.
The speed of biased random walk on percolation clusters
We give a glimpse of what is involved in Section 3., where we introduce certain regeneration times, and show their usefulness in a variety of situations.
Random walks in random environments
One deduces that P(∃ a regeneration time|Aℓ ) = 1.
Random walks in random environments
Because of the lower central densities, binaries that form in the mergers of massive galaxies decay much less rapidly in the model that preserves cores than in the one where cusps are regenerated.
The formation of galaxy stellar cores by the hierarchical merging of supermassive black holes
The cusp regeneration case predicts Mdef ≃ 2.7mBH for mBH = 109 M⊙ , and clearly underestimates the mass deficit observed in massive ‘core’ galaxies, hMdef i ≃ 10 mBH .
The formation of galaxy stellar cores by the hierarchical merging of supermassive black holes
First, we define a sequence of regeneration times for the Markov chain (xn ).
Limit theorems for one-dimensional transient random walks in Markov environments
The proof is the same as that of Theorem 1.10 by using the regeneration times ¯νn defined in (2.21).
Limit theorems for one-dimensional transient random walks in Markov environments
He argues that revision of texts, based on measuring the size of an actually generated text, is the way to go: when the size measure indicates that the text is too large, the least important message in the sentence plan was deleted and the text regenerated.
Dialogue as Discourse: Controlling Global Properties of Scripted Dialogue
Thorisson, Coupling, Stationarity, and Regeneration, (Springer, New York, 2000).
Mott law as lower bound for a random walk in a random environment