Synonyms and related words:
activate, aerate, air, air out, air-condition, air-cool, airify, amuse, animate, arouse, awaken, beef up, beguile, brace, brace up, bring back, bring to, brisk, brisken, buck up, buttress, call back, case harden, cheer, chill, chirk up, confirm, convulse, cool, cross-ventilate, delight, divert, energize, enliven, entertain, exhilarate, face-lift, fan, fix up, fortify, fracture one, fresh up, freshen, freshen up, furbish, gird, harden, ice, ice-cool, infrigidate, invigorate, jog, kill, knock dead, loosen up, modernize, nerve, overhaul, oxygenate, oxygenize, perk up, pick up, prod, prop, quicken, raise a laugh, raise a smile, reanimate, recall to life, recharge, recondition, recover, recreate, recruit, redo, refit, refreshen, refrigerate, refurbish, regain, regale, regenerate, reheat the ashes, reinforce, reinspire, reinvigorate, rejuvenate, rekindle, relax, relight, renew, renovate, repair, restore, restrengthen, resurrect, resuscitate, revamp, revitalize, revive, revivify, rewarm, rouse, set up, shore up, slay, solace, spruce up, steel, stiffen, stimulate, stimulated, stir the embers, strengthen, support, sustain, temper, tickle, titillate, toughen, undergird, update, ventilate, vitalize, vivify, waken, warm over, warm up, wind, winnow, wow

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