1. rising again as to new life and vigor
    resurgent nationalism
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How To Use renascent In A Sentence

  • This pueblito in the midst of rolling hills and verdant flora 60 miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border and ten miles northeast of Ensenada is part of Baja's renascent wine country.
  • The Los Angeles Olympics became a spectacular dramatization of a renascent American entrepreneurial energy and optimism.
  • Yet if Roberto Mancini's players now represent United's principal worry, a Chelsea team likely to come under new management and an unexpectedly flourishing Liverpool, renascent in the wake of Kenny Dalglish's return to the Anfield dugout also offer serious cause for concern. Manchester United's record 19th title cannot hide need for rebuilding | Louise Taylor
  • ‘It's quiet now,’ he sings in the album's first line, and it is quiet at the end too, and all points in between on REM's 13 th studio set, their first since the renascent Reveal in 2001 and their least fulfilling since 1994's Monster.
  • It was a renascent Lara who returned to the game for the 2001-02 series in Sri Lanka, finding his breathtaking form once more with 221 and 130 in one Test, and posting a total of 688 runs - 42 per cent of the West Indies' output.
  • For just as we have seen on the old coin the hammerman [Page: 100] and his motto answer to the town and school; so now on its reissue to the renascent local arts and crafts, with their commemoration in this library. Civics: as Applied Sociology
  • All this started eight centuries ago when renascent Europe unleashed a colonialising campaign to reclaim the holy places.
  • I have just experienced a renascent intrerest in the endless variegation of folk music.
  • An armed Europe of renascent nationalisms, or one pursuing the creation of a transnational continental super-state, could prove our greatest bane since 1941.
  • In its modern psychiatric and psychotherapeutic versions, the renascent Garden of Eden myth now serves to distract us from consciously integrating our own discoveries about who we humans really are and how we really got here.
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