rise again


: to come back to life
a belief that the dead will rise again

Example Sentences

Recent Examples on the Web But Nicholls expressed concern that migration could rise again once Title 42 lifts, saying the federal government should be dispatching more resources and personnel to help border communities. Camilo Montoya-galvez, CBS News, 14 Mar. 2023 As Crain’s notes, the Wing, which was bought last year by the International Workplace Group, has yet to declare bankruptcy, leading some to speculate that its soft-peachy-pink ghost may rise again. Adriane Quinlan, Curbed, 12 Dec. 2022 China may also play a big role if its energy demand—currently suppressed by the country’s COVID-19 policies—begins to rise again. Tristan Bove, Fortune, 27 Oct. 2022 As cold and flu season settles in, COVID cases will likely rise again. Julia Ries, SELF, 25 Oct. 2022 The White House is keen not to cede any more geopolitical terrain in the hemisphere to China, or Russia, at a moment when leftist governments are on the rise again in the region. Los Angeles Times, 23 Oct. 2022 Inflation could rise again in April if support is rolled back and some households see their bills jump. Julia Horowitz, CNN, 18 Oct. 2022 Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni announced an immediate three-week lockdown in two districts as Ebola infections begin to rise again. Devika Rao, The Week, 17 Oct. 2022 Connecticut’s annual adjustments to the minimum wage, which will rise again to $15 an hour next June, have improved equity, O’Brien said. Erica E. Phillips, Hartford Courant, 8 Sep. 2022 See More

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“Rise again.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/rise%20again. Accessed 1 Jun. 2023.

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