renascent


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re·na·scent

 (rĭ-nā′sənt, -năs′ənt)
adj.
Coming again into being; showing renewed growth or vigor.

[Latin renāscēns, renāscent-, present participle of renāscī, to be born again; see renaissance.]

renascent

(rɪˈnæsənt; -ˈneɪ-)
adj
becoming active or vigorous again; reviving: renascent nationalism.
[C18: from Latin renascī to be born again]

re•nas•cent

(rɪˈnæs ənt, -ˈneɪ sənt)

adj.
being reborn; springing again into being or vigor: a renascent interest in Henry James.
[1720–30; < Latin renāscent-, s. of renāscēns, present participle of renāscī. See Renaissance, -ent]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.renascent - rising again as to new life and vigor; "resurgent nationalism"
revived - restored to consciousness or life or vigor; "felt revived hope"
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renascent

[rɪˈnæsnt] ADJrenaciente, que renace

renascent

adj (liter)wieder erwachend
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So spoke love renascent, preparing the way for Tess's devoted outpouring, which was then just being forwarded to him by his father; though owing to his distance inland it was to be a long time in reaching him.
This one delectable evening culled from each dull seventy was to Chandler a source of renascent bliss.
The town had not as yet a renascent industry which could maintain this commercial process, an industry which should make great transactions, a warehouse, and a market necessary.
This year, Sound City will be taking over the warehouses, intimate spaces, outdoor stages and pop-up places which form the renascent Baltic Triangle and Cains Brewery areas of the city.
This year,Sound Citywill be taking over the iconic warehouses, intimate spaces, outdoor stages and pop-up places which form the renascent Baltic Triangle and Cains Brewery areas of the city.
Whereas he was, and still is, painted by mischievous and misguided elements as a Buhari hater, the truth is that his principled stand has done the government itself and our renascent democracy a world of good.
AS DANKS POINTS OUT, THE FILM OFFERS A PERCEPTIVE AND SYMPATHETIC ACCOUNT OF THE EARLY DAYS OF CINEMATIC EXHIBITION IN AUSTRALIA, AND HE ALSO DRAWS ATTENTION TO THE ROLE OF WOMEN FILMMAKERS IN THE RENASCENT NATIONAL CINEMA OF THE 1970S.
Some scholars maintain that at the time of the anti-colonial struggles in the mid-20th century, and in the few decades following that, there was a dialogical relationship between the renascent and secular movements in South Asia.
Called the Renascent Arboreal Kemptness Enhancer, it uses a completely solid-state leaf propellant mechanism that produces no smell or pollution, and what little noise it makes has been shown in tests to actually please those who hear it.
But they should not worry about the threat of renascent Nazism, despite Trump's clear ambivalence in condemning white supremacists.
But they should not be worrying about the threat of renascent Nazism, despite Trump's clear ambivalence in condemning white supremacists.
Internally, Igbo language can be celebrated through a project of Language Education Across Renascent Nigeria (LEARN), while externally it can be celebrated through Igbo Project Across the Globe (IPRAG).