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Sentence count:90+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-13Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: revitalisationrevitalizationrevivalrevivificationSimilar words: urgencyinsurgentconvergenceintelligence agencysurgeurgentsurgeonsurgeryMeaning: [rɪ'sɜrdʒəns /-'sɜːd-]  n. bringing again into activity and prominence. 
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1 Police say drugs traffickers are behind the resurgence of violence.
2 There has been a resurgence of interest in religion over the last ten years.
3 Cigar smoking is experiencing a resurgence.
4 The resurgence of deathless poetic instinct did that.
5 They are worried by a resurgence of union bullying.
6 A Britain which saw a resurgence of enterprise, sharing greater wealth more widely than ever before.
7 But instead, recent years have seen a resurgence and the spotlight is once again on vaccination.
8 And, indeed, they helped to establish a new resurgence of interest in the sociology of law.
9 Despite its resurgence in 1994, the future of the Green Party at the national level remains uncertain.
10 And there's been a resurgence of interest in religion, you know.
11 The sharia resurgence has created social complications and gender discrimination.
12 It refers to the resurgence of manufacturing during the 1980s and the mistaken but widespread belief that manufacturing is still shrinking.
13 There was a resurgence of tuberculosis at the start of the decade.
14 The resurgence of a confessing community in our land has already begun.
15 Student activity and the resurgence of trade unionism, already discussed, were obvious facets of thus new version of steadfastness.
16 We see the resurgence in the new nonconformism of the house churches and sometimes in the charismatic movement.
17 However, a resurgence of working-class agitation during 1833-4 alarmed the Whig government and the propertied classes in general.
18 The creation of independent states has led to a resurgence of nationalism.
19 People began to question the role of humans in the scheme of things and there was a resurgence of shallow religious soul-searching.
20 As we flipped to side B,( we could only marvel at this peculiar resurgence of vinyl.
21 Between 1974 and 1979, however, backbench power enjoyed something of a resurgence.
22 Indeed, David Poole sees the distinction between photography and portraiture as vital to the latter's resurgence.
23 Coal has become unpopular and, paradoxically, in view of the Greens' increased influence, nuclear power has experienced a resurgence.
24 The stewards should at least have inquired into Spritsail's dramatic resurgence as a public-relations exercise.
25 There was no spasmodic jerking, nothing but the angry resurgence of the phosphorus embers as the bullets slammed home.
26 The interregnum produced by the King's removal facilitated a sudden and dramatic resurgence of the Whigs.
27 This pantomime went on for some time and, inevitably, the emotional strain brought on a resurgence of his symptoms.
28 But modern refinements and materials have brought about a resurgence of the supercharger, making it a credible alternative to the turbo.
29 Perfectly aware of the veiled disapproval, his kindlier feelings abated, to be replaced by a resurgence of ill humour.
30 Today: The community -- with its central location and established infrastructure -- is well along on the path to a resurgence.
More similar words: urgencyinsurgentconvergenceintelligence agencysurgeurgentsurgeonsurgeryresurrectemergencyresurrectiondiligencedivulgenceindulgencepresenceintransigenceresidenceresiliencein the presence ofurgepurgescourgeburgerbourgeoishamburgerbourgeoisiesurgicalto be suremake sureresult
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