[ UK /ɹɪbˈɔːn/ ]
[ US /ˈɹiˈbɔɹn/ ]
  1. spiritually reborn or converted
    a born-again Christian
  2. restored to new life and vigor
    a revitalized economy
    a revitalized inner-city neighborhood
    Berlin has been reborn after probably the most intense period of construction since the post-war period.
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How To Use reborn In A Sentence

  • After childbirth she herself seems reborn. Times, Sunday Times
  • From the Whiskey Rebellion to the Know-Nothings to the reborn Militias of the 1990s, the eastern establishment has always had reason to fear the expression of a certain kind of cussed American individualism that rebels against what it sees as the encroachments of the state. Obama's Culture War
  • The English Renaissance, begun haltingly under Queen Elizabeth, reborn under Inigo Jones but repressed during the interregnum, now found its feet. British architecture: the baroque in Britain
  • Furthermore, although the pope and his bishops may truly believe a zygote is a "preborn child," the truth is that a great number of active Catholics do not, and they vote, in great numbers, accordingly. Michele Somerville: Catholic Bishops Endanger Church Tax Exempt Status
  • Women who'd long been pensioned off the catwalk are emerging reborn in their fifties and sixties, as coolly desirable, quietly, but confidently shimmering with big-name campaigns.
  • Although she gets reborn in a Caribbean setting, there is no direct lineage convincingly established for her.
  • He had enacted the adventure of vanishing into thin air and being reborn, phoenixlike, as someone else - literally, a self-made man. Recortes
  • Stones were salvaged from a fireplace found on the land, materials matching originals were used, the cable molding that decorated the ceilings was restored and the formal gardens were reborn.
  • Many operators have moved beyond the standard coffee-based drinks to include cutting edge drinks like chai latte and reborn traditionals like hot toddies, spiked cider and mulled wines.
  • More feminist fuming: No mandated contraception coverage in healthcare bills Pro-aborts pull out stops opposing Stupak Amendment in healthcare Shock: TMZ calls preborn's killing a "brutal murder" (8 Comments) jillstanek.com
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