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
This invisible influence of the zoo is felt throughout California and throughout the world to assist endangered species and even to resurrect extinct species.
The video, which premiered on The New Yorker, features actor Alex Karpokvsky, of Girls fame, as a dark magician who dies and is resurrected.
Four weeks later, on the eve of the special election in Alabama, conservative news media have resurrected Moore, and the party has followed, thanks largely to Steve Bannon.
Culp ultimately made the 42-yarder, resurrecting the Tigers' hopes on the season and overcoming a shaky start to his career in the process.
So Trump, his patriotic bonafides exposed by his callous treatment of a black Gold Star widow, is now attempting to resurrect one issue that gets his base’s blood pumping: its hatred of black athletes who have something to say.
Today, tiki torches came to protect and resurrect the legacy of slavery and segregation, of division and strife.
The project also aimed to resurrect the disappearing arts of Afghan culture.
After the Inquirer reported that former Attorney General Kathleen Kane secretly shut down the investigation after taking office in 2013, the case was resurrected by the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office under Williams.
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First Known Use: 1773See Words from the same year
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