Definition of resurgence
: a rising again into life, activity, or prominence a resurgence of interest
Examples of resurgence in a Sentence
There has been some resurgence in economic activity recently.
the downtown has experienced a resurgence since the commercial revitalization project was completed
Recent Examples of resurgence from the Web
Speaking after a prayer celebrating the relics’ arrival, Kirill referred to the crowds of believers waiting to see the relics as a sign of the resurgence of faith.
The Deepwater Horizon oil spill, tornadoes and various hurricanes, including Issac, Gustav and Katrina led to resurgences in boosterism.
Somewhat surprisingly, after this near-death experience, the regime enjoyed a resurgence of domestic prestige and the economy boomed.
Humpbacks, which have made a resurgence in the area over the last several years, are also a dramatic species.
Jose Bautista has been a driving force in the resurgence, hitting .320 with nine homers with 21 RBIs following a miserable April.
Football and boys’ water polo weren’t the only city sports to produce a memorable fall playoff run as Providence girls’ volleyball enjoyed a resurgence as well.
Other than Nadal’s resurgence, the most intriguing storyline is the pairing of the slumping former No. 1 Djokovic and tennis legend Agassi, making his coaching debut.
Evidently, a little disco resurgence was just what the masses wanted.
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RESURGENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resurgence for English Language Learners
: a growth or increase that occurs after a period without growth or increase
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