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Definition of "reemerge" [re•ë•merge]

  • To emerge again, to come into view after having hidden. (verb)
  • To come out of a situation, object or a liquid after having entered it. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reemerge" in a sentence
  • "Along with the 20-degrees-warmer Washington climate, this is how you want to reemerge from a Toronto vacation: seeing a young Iraqi journalist throw his shoes at the man who destroyed his country."
  • "Do you expect that that sense of patriotism, even though the Cold War is over now, that sense of patriotism to -- to kind of reemerge in light of what's happened?"
  • "The answer to such questions lies in testing the impact of many characteristics—age, gender, income, and so forth—on religiosity simultaneously using the statistical method of multiple regression, which will reemerge often in the subsequent chapters."