Antonyms for re-birth

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The day on which we go our own ways, will be the day of my re-birth.

The Aruntas have a peculiar theory about conception and re-birth.

That, after the great disaster, the people of Savissa would have a re-birth.

Her heart rejoiced to see the re-birth of national sentiment.

Thus some Roman Catholics do not deny the re-birth doctrine.

This interval was chosen for the re-birth of the Italian spirit.

Never would she forget the instant and the scene--scene of her re-birth!

The next ceremony, the ninth, represented the re-birth of the king, who was personified by a priest.

However—I can take comfort from the fact that the old legend also prophecies a re-birth for Savissa after the great catastrophe.

The records of literature, so far as I know, show no such moving force in a simple poem as the re-birth of the village of Auburn.