Examples of reincarnation in a Sentence
Many people believe in reincarnation.
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Alas, Lerner’s book, in which a psychiatrist falls in love with a patient who appears both to have ESP and to be the reincarnation of an 18th-century English society lady who drowned in a shipwreck, was an obsessive mess.
In a scene that recurs over and over again in season two of Westworld, Dolores and Bernard Lowe, the artificial reincarnation of Arnold Weber, sit across from one another and converse.
In Chinese mythology, the motif is often depicted with a phoenix and a dragon; potent symbols of reincarnation and immortality.
In contrast, Eloquii is a reincarnation rather than a start-up.
Yet CajaSur’s reincarnation also speaks to the challenges of Europe’s recovery.
What Treichl had created was a paean to a kind of British noble life that barely exists anymore, the reincarnation of an ersatz Downton Abbey, itself a fiction, which struck some, including Makepeace, as a bit absurd.
Old Point’s reincarnation happened today when Cunningham opened Tavern at the Point, 401 Massachusetts Ave.
That’s why Johnson and the city are excited about the reincarnation of the XFL.
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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
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