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resurgent

adjective as in rising again

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After missing the playoffs in a disappointing 2019 campaign, Chicago had a resurgent regular season in 2020 but quickly crashed out of the postseason.

Adjusting to an old issue — and a resurgent one The data that landed on Mike Schmidt’s desk in early August 2020, when he took over as Multnomah County district attorney, was a carry-over from the early demonstrations and broad arrests.

Through Sunday’s games, only one team — the resurgent Boston Red Sox — is on pace for at least 100 wins, while two — the Colorado Rockies and the Tigers — are on pace for fewer than 60.

Indianapolis is suddenly hanging on to the final playoff spot and faces a resurgent Texans team in two of its next three games.

Later, Eater Los Angeles’ Mona Holmes discusses why a resurgent downtown restaurant scene has been completely hobbled by the fallout from the virus.

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To target the resurgent Nazi movement, X-2 recruited some 13 agents in Munich and had another dozen under consideration.

Atlanta soon flourished, becoming the resurgent urban center of an otherwise impoverished South.

But will 9,800 troops be enough to keep a resurgent al Qaeda out?

The Crimean Tatars, however, who were shipped away to Kazakhastan by Stalin after WWII, have no desire to join a resurgent Russia.

Toll Brothers is just a smaller part of a larger story of a resurgent housing market in 2012.

He said it almost with a sneer, but nothing could crush the resurgent glow in her heart.

But young Charley was more susceptible than most, and this—on the impulse of the next tide resurgent—saved him from his type.

The idea that Milly might even now be resurgent fluttered Tims's pulses with a mixed emotion.

With the unheeded warning resurgent and clamoring in his ears, Smith knelt horror-stricken beside the fallen man.

Its resurgent dirge stirs vague forebodings which root in the calamitous experience of the race.

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On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to resurgent, such as: null, revived, invigorated, reestablished, refreshed, and returned.

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

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