the act, process, or an instance of discovering (something) again
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How to use rediscovery in a sentence
But perhaps it is precisely for this reason that the rediscovery of Dietrich von Hildebrand could not come at a better time.
More than four decades on, Stoner has been rediscovered by anyone who would care about its rediscovery.Famous for Not Being Famous: Enough About ‘Stoner’ | Drew Smith | October 31, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
What struck me most, on this rediscovery, is how brilliantly apt is McPherson's title.
Now dying of cancer, the Dreyfus Affair jolts him self-rediscovery.
Bernard-Henri Lévy on its rediscovery and restoration—and its upcoming first screening in New York.
The rediscovery of this subterranean city took place in the year 1578.The Catacombs of Rome | William Henry Withrow
It was one of the lost arts, and had need of rediscovery and new proclaiming with the accent of our time.The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
The rediscovery of the lizard Eumeces altamirani (Dugès) with notes on two other Mexican species of the genus.The Amphibians and Reptiles of Michoacn, Mxico | William E. Duellman
To Goodricke, however, is due the rediscovery of Algol's variability.Half-hours with the Telescope | Richard A. Proctor
The rediscovery of Bach is closely connected with the name Work and influence.