Definition of resurge
: to undergo a resurgence
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WILLOUGHBY, Ohio--After being grounded for two years, an annual air show is set to fly again this weekend at the resurging Lost Nation Airport in Willoughby.
And now, because music consumption has been increasingly instantaneous, a throwback to vinyl records has resurged in the music industry.
The Taliban have slowly resurged, following the decision to end the combat role of U.S. and international forces at the end of 2014.
Apparently, guitar bands are resurging in Australia, and just as apparently the Hollow Everdaze quartet, from Western Victoria, is atop that resurgence with Strokes-meets-Britrock-meets-surfer-high rock ‘
But W-2 jobs did not resurge as usual during our recovery from the last recession; instead, the growth has happened in the 1099 column.
In recent years Mr. Woolf’s reputation has resurged.
Thanks to conservation efforts, populations have resurged, and bison are no longer endangered.
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