committed or recommitted to religious faith through an intensely religious experience:
a born-again Christian.
reactivated or revitalized:
a born-again conservatism in American politics.
a born-again jogger.
a person who is characterized by a newfound faith or enthusiasm.
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having experienced conversion, esp to evangelical Christianity
showing the enthusiasm of one newly converted to any cause: a born-again monetarist
a person who shows fervent enthusiasm for a new-found cause, belief, etc
Born and educated in a single locale or social class. For example, Adam was a Bostonian, born and bred. Although the two words were paired earlier, the precise locution dates from the mid-1800s.
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