Definition of "reignition" []

  • Process, act or instance of reigniting. (noun)

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Use "reignition" in a sentence
  • "That's why the reignition of the revolution in Egypt, the pivot of the Arab world, has the potential not only to accelerate the democratisation of the country itself but change the dynamic across the region – and strike a blow against the hydra-headed attempts to stifle its renaissance.twitter.com/@seumasmilne"
  • ""What you're seeing is the reignition of the rally that drove us to $87," said Gene McGillian, an analyst with Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn."
  • "And Latinos are less likely to be peeled off by a reignition of the culture wars."
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