insurgence

[in-sur-juh ns]
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Origin of insurgence

First recorded in 1840–50; insurg(ent) + -ence
Can be confusedinsurgence insurgency
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Historical Examples of insurgence

  • She struggled to control an insurgence of emotions that rose out of the deeps of her being.

    Marriage

    H. G. Wells


British Dictionary definitions for insurgence

insurgence

noun
  1. rebellion, uprising, or riot
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Word Origin and History for insurgence
n.

1847; see insurgency + -ence.

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