reemerge

verb re·emerge \ (ˌ)rē-i-ˈmərj \
variants: or re-emerge
|Updated on: 12 Jun 2018

Definition of reemerge

reemerged or re-emerged; reemerging or re-emerging
: to emerge again
  • hibernating animals reemerging after the winter
  • … old habits and patterns reemerge
  • —Arthur Schlesinger Jr.
  • After a somewhat quiet year … , he reemerged onstage to uproarious applause this weekend in Chicago …
  • —Brooke Marine
  • … inadequately immunized populations and urbanization set the stage for the disease to reemerge.
  • —Clem Spalding

reemergence

play \(ˌ)rē-i-ˈmər-jən(t)s\ or re-emergence noun, plural reemergences or re-emergences
    • the reemergence of childhood memories
    • her reemergence as the team's star player
    • a reemergence of the disease
    • Over the course of the past couple of years, 90s fashion has seen a reemergence.
    • —Emma Dieter

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