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Definition of "rediscovery" [rediscovery]

  • The act of rediscovering (noun)
  • A second or subsequent discovery of the same thing (noun)

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Use "rediscovery" in a sentence
  • "This rediscovery is a good thing, extending the palette of our palates."
  • "Eventually Hadar located the man — and the whole fascinating journey of these pieces, from their creation to their rediscovery, is told in this book."
  • "While other archaeologists burrow deep within the Pyramid of the Moon to discover the secrets of the pre-Aztec civilization of Teotihuacan, Valerie Magar, a conservator for Mexico's Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, labors with excavated material in a process best described as a rediscovery, stripping away the damage well-meaning archaeologists have done to the site's 1,500-year-old murals."