Examples of resurrection in a Sentence
He was enjoying the resurrection of his career.
a resurrection of an old theory
Recent Examples of resurrection from the Web
But perhaps the biggest player in this shift is Rihanna, whose story of resurrection and power occurred a little bit before the world was ready to embrace it.
The Return Doesn’t Earn Any Major Nominations The esoteric resurrection of Twin Peaks not only failed to get nominated for Best Limited Series.
Christians believe the resurrection of Jesus from the dead gives shape to these wild hopes.
Other stars who have already hit concert stages from the hereafter, or who have digital resurrections in the planning stages, include slain rappers Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur, who performed at Coachella in 2012 some 16 years after his death.
Maybe this is, ultimately, a show about chasing resurrection, about finding a phoenix within who too often fails to raise her head.
Image The road-trip movie, with its promise of redemption or resurrection or just plain head-straightening, is that most indelibly American of genres.
Until the Reds establish something, anything in the starting rotation, the resurrection will not occur.
Earle experienced that movement and then a dozen years later, was part of another resurrection against the country music mainstream alongside such fellow rebels Dwight Yoakam, k.d.
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Origin and Etymology of resurrection
RESURRECTION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of resurrection for English Language Learners
in Christianity the Resurrection : the event told about in the Bible in which Jesus Christ returned to life after his death
the resurrection : the event told about in the Bible in which dead people will be brought back to life before the day of final judgment
: the act of causing something that had ended or been forgotten or lost to exist again, to be used again, etc.
RESURRECTION Defined for Kids
Definition of resurrection for Students
- The style enjoyed a resurrection.
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