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verb (intr: often foll by from)
to emerge or appear again; resurfaceto re-emerge as a threat
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How to use re-emerge in a sentence
The townspeople climb a nearby tree periodically for three years to confirm that she has yet to reemerge from her house.This Week’s Hot Reads: ‘The Bridge of Beyond,’ ‘The Virgins,’ ‘Holy Orders’|Sarah Stodola|August 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The second he starts talking about his childhood, that story will reemerge with a vengeance.Michael Tomasky on the Problems With Mitt Romney’s Biography|Michael Tomasky|June 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
If Santorum does well on Tuesday, he could reemerge as the conservative alternative to Romney, with considerably less baggage.Danger Signs for Mitt Romney as Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri Ready Vote|Howard Kurtz|February 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Now that has sort of relaxed a bit and it's a perfect time for me to reemerge and for new ideas to emerge.The Queen of Queens|Rachel Syme|March 16, 2009|DAILY BEAST