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noun as in resurrection


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My upcoming April birthday would be a celebration of rebirth.

With the momentum on high, she’s now welcoming the second collection release since the rebirth of her brand.

Unfortunately, there has been like a rebirth of an awakening of hatred and racism that is in your face.

Whether this rebirth process happens in humans is profusely debated.

Moreover, the US constitution remains intact and federalism has undergone something of a rebirth since the start of the pandemic.

The ancient Egyptian festival of Wepet Renpet (“opening of the year”) was not just a time of rebirth—it was dedicated to drinking.

It almost mirrors the Buddhist cycle of life, death, and rebirth.

Before the 16thcentury, Spanish conquest, the Aztecs saw the skull as a symbol of rebirth.

The lotus flower symbolized rebirth, and the red lotus is the lotus of compassion.

Pittsburgh is a city with nine lives, having experienced more than one rebirth over the past century.

But to know the full charm of the great city, one must wake with it at some rebirth of dawn.

As already stated, its rebirth dates from the second half of the seventeenth century.

Renascence here means rebirth, and it is applied to the recovery of the entire Western world.

Hence the Renaissance was not merely a rebirth, as its name might suggest, but a new world culture.

I am trying to tell them something of the ideal poetry that marked the rebirth of the Saxon genius.

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On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rebirth, such as: comeback, recovery, rehabilitation, rejuvenation, renaissance, and renewal.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.