to emerge or appear again; resurface: to re-emerge as a threat
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How to use re-emerge in a sentence
Meg Whitman, who defeated Poizner in the primary and lost to Jerry Brown, could re-emerge.
Is American Christianity about to re-emerge as a workout cult?
He turned from them, and ran shouting into the gatehouse, to re-emerge a moment later with half-dozen soldiers at his heels.Love-at-Arms | Raphael Sabatini
Old positions re-emerge from forgetfulness, and there is always a philosophy to back every “case.”
Even that invisible "smart set" might re-emerge from Paris or the country.Diplomatic Days | Edith O'Shaughnessy