noun, plural dis·cov·er·ies.
Words nearby discovery
OTHER WORDS FROM discoverynon·dis·cov·er·y, noun, plural non·dis·cov·er·ies.pre·dis·cov·er·y, noun, plural pre·dis·cov·er·ies.re·dis·cov·er·y, noun, plural re·dis·cov·er·ies.self-dis·cov·er·y, noun, plural self·-dis·cov·er·ies.
Example sentences from the Web for rediscovery
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|DAILY BEAST
What struck me most, on this rediscovery, is how brilliantly apt is McPherson's title.
Bernard-Henri Lévy on its rediscovery and restoration—and its upcoming first screening in New York.
So they sat and talked on far into the night, loath to break up the enjoyment of the rediscovery of each other.The Whirligig of Time|Wayland Wells Williams
The rediscovery of the Aristotelian biology is a modern thing.The Legacy of Greece|Various
After their time, until its rediscovery some forty years ago in France, it was a familiar instance of a 'lost art.'The English Church in the Eighteenth Century|Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
Reason for operation: Rediscovery & Re-education—after two years on the planet—failed to detect signs of militancy.Operation Haystack|Frank Patrick Herbert
Its rediscovery has been accepted, however, even by some non-Mormons, as proof that the Mormon Bible is an original production.The Story of the Mormons|William Alexander Linn