Examples of resurrect in a Sentence
The story is about a scientist who claimed that he could resurrect the dead.
He is trying to resurrect his acting career.
an old government program that is being resurrected
Recent Examples of resurrect from the Web
Finally, it was resurrected from the darkness and sent to Westminster Synagogue in London.
Bartow was the dreamer, and Clark, the Blazers' football coach, performed the miracle of resurrecting Bartow's dream from the dead.
The idea has abiding power: think of Osama bin Laden’s dream of resurrecting Andalusia and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s hopes of regaining influence over the Balkans.
None of the claimants to be resurrected Romanov children, then or later, rivalled the fame of the woman in the German mental hospital, who took the name Anna Anderson.
He is credited with resurrecting the career of Mr. Yanukovych, and selling him to the West as a pragmatic leader who could bring the country into the European Union.
To visit the scientist who resurrected the 1918 flu requires more effort yet.
As if resurrecting from the dead, the Gators came back.
After an attack in Barcelona last month, Trump quickly condemned it as terror and resurrected an old and slanderous falsehood about General John Pershing’s handling of Muslim fighters in the Philippines.
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First Known Use: 1773See Words from the same year
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