Thesaurus / reappear

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Each of these is the Mecca of a thousand desires, and faces beam with pleasure when they reappear.
THE VITALIZED SCHOOLFRANCIS B. PEARSON
They shouted and shouted for her to reappear, but I was sick that night, and Georgia was in a hurry to get home, and would not go.
THE ACTRESS' DAUGHTERMAY AGNES FLEMING
He perceived that the phaen had aer head in a cavity and was scrutinising something, and waited for aer to reappear.
That something was wrong they did not doubt, and they waited impatiently for the supercargo to reappear with his brown book.
I began again shortly afterward, and was much surprised to see it reappear, and take its old position.
Then he dived into the van, to reappear immediately with plates and knives and enough cups and saucers.
A GALLANT GRENADIERF.S. BRERETON
On removing the pressure of the finger, it will reappear, from the blood rushing in from below.
Occasionally, however, it will reappear without apparent cause.
SPECIAL REPORT ON DISEASES OF CATTLEU.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
The meteors of November 13 may be expected to reappear with great brilliancy in 1899.
OUR DAYW. A. SPICER
Many of the characters have become fixed types and reappear under their old names in various forms of modern drama.

WORDS RELATED TO REAPPEAR

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