/ (riːˈɡrəʊθ) /
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the growing back of hair, plants, etc
the resurgence of an industry, economy, etc
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Words nearby regrowth
regretful, regrettable, regrettably, regroup, regrow, regrowth, regt., regula, regulable, regulant, regular
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How to use regrowth in a sentence
They also displayed lower insulin levels, hair regrowth, and increased skin plumping.New Anti-Aging Pill Under Fire|Thea Singer|April 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
He had isolated the particular factor that made such regrowth possible.Charley de Milo|Laurence Mark Janifer AKA Larry M. Harris
The regrowth had slowly extended from the margin of the forest to the centre of the burn until it was restocked.The Spell of the Rockies|Enos A. Mills
The most interesting point with respect to supernumerary digits is their occasional regrowth after amputation.
The regrowth of an amputated limb or the healing of a wound is the same process partially carried out.
From this he concludes that it is necessary for regrowth that a small portion of the limb should be left.