Examples of reincarnation in a Sentence
Many people believe in reincarnation.
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A late-'80s reincarnation was also picked by stations in New York City, Atlanta, Little Rock, Wichita and Albany, N.Y. N.O. DNA WWL-TV had been on the air for less than a year and a half when Morgus first took to its airwaves in 1959.
But the Zelda games also invest heavily in forms of reincarnation:
Since receiving my Clarisonic Mia almost 10 years ago for Christmas, the popular sonic cleansing device has undergone many reincarnations.
Its competition was a sentimental reincarnation drama about a dog.
Revival Food hall is the modern, upscale, urban reincarnation of the humble mall food court.
Presumably, the hotel-sized reincarnation of his visage was meant to stand as a symbol of allegiance between Saudi Arabia and the United States of America.
Mr. Yantrasast’s firm, WHY, is also adapting a 1950s warehouse downtown for the Institute of Contemporary Art L.A., a reincarnation of the Santa Monica Museum of Art set to open in September.
This latest reincarnation has a new clarity that illuminates both the script’s prescience and its flaws.
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REINCARNATION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reincarnation for English Language Learners
: the idea or belief that people are born again with a different body after death
: someone who has been born again with a different body after death
REINCARNATION Defined for Kids
Definition of reincarnation for Students
: rebirth of the soul in a new body after death
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