A renaissance; a revival: a rebirth of classicism in architecture. (noun)
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Use "rebirth" in a sentence
"The engine of this rebirth is a young highly motivated population with high intellectual potential, a potential that grew out of our strong education tradition, a potential we are willing to share with others since we are the youngest society in Europe."
"Does that mean that all the hype about Chile's rebirth is merited?"
"Now, a rebirth is nigh: Gaylord will reopen Opryland on Nov. 15 after spending $270 million to restore the resort as well as the adjacent Grand Ole Opry and the Wildhorse Saloon."