Drowned bodies are now surfacing and the number is expected to grow even further as more bodies are found.
Cast members of seminal TV show Twin Peaks have been surfacing in music videos lately.
The weekend will have brought bickering, surfacing age-old frustrations.
And world affairs are no comfort either, with Ebola surfacing as the latest scary thing.
Already reports are surfacing that Mrs. Palin has signed with a Washington super-agent for a two-part book deal.
It is a good plan not to follow the surfacing of a job in the wood shop too closely with the priming.
To summarize the features of surfacing varnish, note: First.
Oiled or specially prepared silk of the lightest kind should be used for surfacing the aerofoils.
Those employing knives having straight edges for surfacing purposes and cutting the work to thickness.
I certainly had vigorously impressed upon me the necessity of surfacing.
"come to the surface," 1898, from surface (n.). Earlier it meant "bring to the surface" (1885), and "to give something a polished surface" (1778). Related: Surfaced; surfacing.
surface sur·face (sûr'fəs)
The outer or topmost part of a solid structure.
To get up or leave one's room or home: hasn't surfaced for days since the breakup (1963+)