reborn

adjective
re·​born | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈbȯrn How to pronounce reborn (audio) \

Definition of reborn

: born again : regenerated, revived

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Examples of reborn in a Sentence

she felt reborn after the Swedish massage
Recent Examples on the Web However, any attempt to make the reborn Virgin Australia a low-cost carrier could meet headwinds. Angus Whitley, Bloomberg.com, "Bidders Are Lining Up to Buy Virgin Australia After Collapse," 15 May 2020 An ambitious run from Jeffrey Schlupp was rewarded with a goal, and the rest of the attacking line looked reborn after the interval. SI.com, "Crystal Palace 1-1 Wolves: Report, Ratings & Reaction as Late Jota Goal Rescues Point for Wanderers," 22 Sep. 2019 The pilots turned the reborn aircraft and landed in Anchorage. Anchorage Daily News, "Mount Redoubt’s eruption 30 years ago changed how we monitor volcanoes around the world," 7 Dec. 2019 Uneven service is expected at a newer restaurant, but hopefully the staff settles on a style that matches the reborn Aziza’s vibe. Soleil Ho, SFChronicle.com, "Aziza: Resurrection," 6 Dec. 2019 The reborn league’s first season will kick off on February 8th, and while some teams will be looking sharp out on the field, others may want to go back to the drawing board. Nick Schwartz, For The Win, "Power ranking every XFL team's home and away uniforms," 4 Dec. 2019 Simeoneball dismantled at last, an exciting attacking side with a reborn Alvaro Morata, Thomas Lemar, Felix and two flying full-backs. SI.com, "Autumn Brings Status Quo in La Liga After Summer Where Everything Looked Like Changing," 7 Oct. 2019 Yet the reborn Western Journal functions almost like a news outlet in reverse. Justin Bank, New York Times, "Big Tech, a Conservative Provocateur and the Fight Over Disinformation," 21 Aug. 2019 Someday, Ihrer hopes, reproductions of the memorabilia might resume their places on the wall of a reborn tavern. BostonGlobe.com, "Doyle’s Cafe, the," 7 Nov. 2019

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First Known Use of reborn

1598, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of reborn was in 1598

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27 May 2020

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“Reborn.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/reborn. Accessed 5 Jun. 2020.

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reborn

adjective
How to pronounce reborn (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of reborn

: having new or stronger religious beliefs

reborn

adjective
re·​born | \ ˌrē-ˈbȯrn How to pronounce reborn (audio) \

Kids Definition of reborn

: born again

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