A restoration to use, acceptance, activity, or vigor; a revival.(noun)
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Use "resurgence" in a sentence
"On September 5, more than 250 associations protested what they called a resurgence in intimidation of civil society."
"Mr. Cantor, if Republicans continue to offer their outdated ideology and no positive agenda to the voters, your "resurgence" is nothing more than a fantasy!"
"The most unexpected, and potentially risky, aspect of NATO's resurgence is Abdul Razziq, the 32-year-old police colonel best known for allegations of pocketing millions of dollars in illegal customs dues, who has left the border to lead hundreds of his militiamen into Taliban-held villages that have bedeviled NATO troops for years."