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
She had relived that day in her mind a thousand times.
Cramps may occur during or after work hours and may be relived by taking salted
  liquids by mouth.
Once more the bustle and scurry of the pioneering days may be relived.
Fueled by continuous media coverage, many of us relived the incident over and
  over again.
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