noun, plural dis·cov·er·ies.
Origin of discovery
Examples from the Web for rediscovery
Contemporary Examples of rediscovery
But perhaps it is precisely for this reason that the rediscovery of Dietrich von Hildebrand could not come at a better time.The Catholic Philosopher Who Took on Hitler
John Henry Crosby
December 26, 2014
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’
October 31, 2013
What struck me most, on this rediscovery, is how brilliantly apt is McPherson's title.David's Bookclub: Battle Cry of Freedom
May 23, 2013
Bernard-Henri Lévy on its rediscovery and restoration—and its upcoming first screening in New York.A Cult Classic Is Reborn
May 14, 2010
Historical Examples of rediscovery
The rediscovery of the Aristotelian biology is a modern thing.
We may mark four stages in the rediscovery of Greek sculpture.
Not least of these was the rediscovery of the Seven Mines of Siberia.Panther Eye
Roy J. Snell
In other words, in all creation there is a rediscovery, just as in all discovery there is creation.The Complex Vision
John Cowper Powys
It may be the response to a rediscovery of ancient beauty, as in the Renaissance.Our Part in the Great War