- the act or process of emerging.
- an outgrowth, as a prickle, on the surface of a plant.
- Evolution. the appearance of new properties or species in the course of development or evolution.
Origin of emergence
Examples from the Web for re-emergence
Contemporary Examples of re-emergence
Despite the re-emergence of Monica Lewinsky in the public eye, it's unlikely that she'll have any political impact.Monica Lewinsky Is Ancient History To Many Voters
May 6, 2014
Is this the re-emergence of Paul Ryan's affiliation with the Jude Wanniski/Jack Kemp school of supply-side economics?Why is Paul Ryan Embracing Immigration Reform?
April 25, 2013
On September 5, he said that after the elections, we would see the re-emergence of the opposition.An Afghan 'Revolution' in the Making?
September 6, 2010
Historical Examples of re-emergence
- the act or an instance of re-emerging
- the act or process of emerging
- an outgrowth, such as a prickle, that contains no vascular tissue and does not develop into stem, leaf, etc
1640s, "unforeseen occurrence," from French émergence, from emerger, from Latin emergere (see emerge). Meaning "an emerging" is from 1704.