verb (used without object), re·surged, re·surg·ing.
Origin of resurge
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Historical Examples of resurge
It is the years of boyhood and youth which resurge in my consciousness; their tints are vivid, their tones are clear.Ghetto Tragedies
Potch lifted her hand to his lips, a resurge of the virile male in him moving his restraint.The Black Opal
Katharine Susannah Prichard
At his words of authority concerning the girl I loved I felt a resurge of the old suspicion and jealousy.City of Endless Night
Word Origin for resurge
1887 in modern use, back-formation from resurgent. The verb also was in use in 17c., from Latin resurgere, but it became obsolete. An older verb form was resourd (mid-15c.). Related: Resurged; resurging.