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Definition of "reemergence" [re•ë•mer•gence]

  • A second or subsequent emergence after being hidden etc. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reemergence" in a sentence
  • "I always use the word 'reemergence' with respect to China because 160 years ago the global economy was dominated by two countries, China and India, and China held over 30 percent of the world's GDP."
  • ""The Wall Street Journal" editorial pages this morning lament what they call the reemergence of national security protectionists."
  • "Smithsonian magazine looks at the history and tradition of hula and its reemergence from the 1950s and 60s Hawaiiana boom that threatened to turn the beautiful dance into a kitschy coconut bra-wearing simulacra of itself."