relive

[ree-liv]
verb (used with object), relived, reliving.
1.
to experience again, as an emotion.
2.
to live (one's life) again.
verb (used without object), relived, reliving.
3.
to live again.

Origin:
1540–50; re- + live1

relivable, adjective
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relive (riːˈlɪv)
 
vb
(tr) to experience (a sensation, event, etc) again, esp in the imagination
 
re'livable
 
adj

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relive
1540s, "to come to life again" (also "to restore to life again"), from re- "back, again" + live (v.). Meaning "to experience over again" is attested from c.1711.
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Example sentences
Deep down lurks the sullen suspicion that this is a drama that the euro zone
  may be condemned to relive time and again.
It was great to relive it a little through your words and photos.
He is doomed to relive moments of his life over and over again.
As they fume, people repeatedly relive the event in their minds.
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