The act or process of regenerating or the state of being regenerated.(noun)
Spiritual or moral revival or rebirth.(noun)
Biology Regrowth of lost or destroyed parts or organs.(noun)
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Use "regeneration" in a sentence
"And therefore it is that the time of his preaching is often by himself called the regeneration, which is not properly a kingdom, and thereby a warrant to deny obedience to the magistrates that then were; for he commanded to obey those that sat then in"
"By this term regeneration I wish to be understood to mean the entrance into a new life, embracing the diverse phases of a higher, complex existence."
"I must think that the mercy was much more abundant than Peter expected, for it wrought an effect upon him which he calls a regeneration, or a sort of new birth."