reigniteverb

  • ja(マンネリ状態から)再燃させる
  • ento try to regain the intense affection or desire that two people in a relationship initially had for each other

Examples

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Pamela Anderson and Jon Peters rang in 2020 with a secret wedding in Malibu.
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It was just months after the on-and-off couple reignited their spark,
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which apparently didn't burn for very long because they called it quits just 12 days later.
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By the time October 2016 rolled around, an insider told People Magazine Rihanna and Drake were still together
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but claimed, "It’s an open thing."
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The source also stated, "Rihanna and Drake spent a lot of time together and were really close
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but never considered themselves to be dating."
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After attempting to reignite their romance, Drake and Rihanna abruptly called it quits in October 2016.
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When the two met again, Antony got to see his kids for the first time.
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They discussed her conflict with a man called Herod, and his campaigns.
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Their love reignited, and with her new territories, Cleopatra had never been stronger.