[ ri-nas-uhns, -ney-suhns ]
/ rɪˈnæs əns, -ˈneɪ səns /
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noun (sometimes lowercase)
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Origin of Renascence
First recorded in 1720–30; renasc(ent) + -ence
Words nearby Renascence
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How to use Renascence in a sentence
All this peaceful beauty of Nature's renascence was nothing to her.A German Pompadour|Marie Hay
But with the poetic taste of the Renascence Surrey inherited its wild and reckless energy.History of the English People|John Richard Green
Renascence here means rebirth, and it is applied to the recovery of the entire Western world.The Outline of History: Being a Plain History of Life and Mankind|Herbert George Wells
The physicist of the renascence abandoned scholastic speculation and began to study Nature in the language of experiment.
England is a country of great Renascence landed gentlefolk who have been unconsciously outgrown and overgrown.Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
British Dictionary definitions for Renascence
/ (rɪˈnæsəns, -ˈneɪ-) /
a variant of renaissance
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