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renascent

[ ri-nas-uhnt, -ney-suhnt ]
/ rɪˈnæs ənt, -ˈneɪ sənt /
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adjective
being reborn; springing again into being or vigor: a renascent interest in Henry James.
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Origin of renascent

1720–30; <Latin renāscent- (stem of renāscēns), present participle of renāscī.See Renaissance, -ent
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British Dictionary definitions for renascent

renascent
/ (rɪˈnæsənt, -ˈneɪ-) /

adjective
becoming active or vigorous again; revivingrenascent nationalism

Word Origin for renascent

C18: from Latin renascī to be born again
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