The giving of life; vitalization; animation.(noun)
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Use "vivification" in a sentence
"Indeed, when we have gone as far as we please in denouncing shams, ridiculing men in buff-jerkins, and the whole Wardour Street business of gimcrack and Brummagem antiquities, it still remains true that Scott's great service was what we may call the vivification of history."
"And because there is in it a communication of a new spiritual life, it is called a "vivification" or "quickening," with respect unto the state wherein all men are before this work is wrought in them and on them,"
"Here again that process of "vivification," which has been so often dwelt on, makes an astonishing progress -- the blood and colour of the novel, which distinguish it from the more statuesque narrative, are supplied, if indirectly yet sufficiently and, in comparison with previous examples, amply."