Examples of rebirth in a Sentence
the natural cycle of birth, death, and rebirth in plants
a renewed interest in long-playing records led to the rebirth of the turntable among audiophiles
Recent Examples of rebirth from the Web
Lena Headey, meanwhile, stands in front of a table of swollen pomegranates - the symbol of life, rebirth and marriage – suggestive of her character’s fierce maternal instinct.
The bridge — named for its creator, a Belgian engineer — heralded the rebirth of the Verdugo Wash after the devastating floods of 1933 and 1934.
Seventeen minutes east of Northgate on Interstate 275, Tri-County is attempting its own rebirth.
A community rebirth will be celebrated Thursday, with the completion of Northwest Gardens, a 150-acre, five-phase subsidized housing complex.
Phat Burrito, a beloved Tex-Mex restaurant on Camden Road that opened in 1998, helped lead the rebirth of South End.
Indy's Hermione Granger doppleganger: Emma Watson look-alike turns heads in Indianapolis Watch your step: Everyone hates this part of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail An Indy neighborhood's rebirth: Could Bates-Hendricks be the next Fountain Square?
In the years since, the Opéra Comique endured as a teaching theater or outmoded performance space, but not a home for opera — until a gradual rebirth and recently, a wholesale reimagination of what modern opera could be.
That 1949 novel, a staple of high school syllabuses, has returned to the best-seller lists since the inauguration of Donald J. Trump, jibing with worries about the rebirth of fascism in democratic countries.
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First Known Use of rebirth
REBIRTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of rebirth for English Language Learners
: a period in which something becomes popular again after a long period of time when it was not popular
: a period of new life, growth, or activity
REBIRTH Defined for Kids
Definition of rebirth for Students
1 : a period in which something becomes popular again
2 : a period of new life or growth Spring brings signs of rebirth.
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