[ US /ɹiˈsɝdʒəns/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪsˈɜːd‍ʒəns/ ]
NOUN
  1. bringing again into activity and prominence
    the Gothic revival in architecture
    a revival of a neglected play by Moliere
    the revival of trade
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How To Use resurgence In A Sentence

  • This antimodernist nativism pervaded the 1920s, but it was particularly visible in the scientific racism of the eugenics movement, the xenophobia of the "100 percent American" movement, the sharp resurgence in the Ku Klux Klan, the post – World War One Red Scare (directed primarily at immigrant radicals), and in a series of draconian immigration restriction acts. 11 Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood
  • After a resurgence of vigilante action, including necklacing, he had asked the agencies for information on why it was happening.
  • Bill Geist explores the resurgence of the classic game of ping pong, which is now ... Breaking News: CBS News
  • Wilson said there had been a resurgence in interest in restoring native woodlands, resulting in an increase of more than 30,000 hectares in Caledonian pinewoods alone over the past 15 years.
  • Police say drugs traffickers are behind the resurgence of violence.
  • South Beach has experienced resurgence in the past 20 years to become one of the "hippest" beach destinations in the US. Gadling
  • Ong succeeds in creating an accessible outline of the major transitions in human thought from orality to chirography (manuscripts), from chirography to typography (with the widespread use of the printing press), and the resurgence of some aspects of orality in modern electronic communication (both personal and mass-market). Orality and Literacy « Books « Literacy News
  • In spite of their recent resurgence, too many teams have worked out how to stop City this season. The Sun
  • Indeed, we now know that, far from being a ‘dark age’, this period saw an economic resurgence in Anglo-Saxon England.
  • Moscow these days is seeing a resurgence of overlapping ideologies. Times, Sunday Times
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