Origin of resurgent
Related formsre·sur·gence, noun
Examples from the Web for resurgence
Even its benign forms—the resurgence of modest dress norms in Jewish communities, for example—perpetuate this idea.
The trend led to a resurgence of anthology television, and renewed interest in The Twilight Zone.
There have been many reactions to the digitization of our lives, like the resurgence of vinyl and the entire Maker movement.
And they worry that it will spark risky sexual behavior that could cause a resurgence of the epidemic.
According to the The Resurgence website, that plan called for the publication of five to seven books per year.Megachurch Star Mark Driscoll’s Publishing Downfall|Warren Throckmorton|June 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He pictured her as sunk, in Continental abysses, beyond all possibility of resurgence.The Helpmate|May Sinclair
The final victory was his, such a victory as amounted to a resurgence of the spiritual will.The Divine Fire|May Sinclair
And each time a prowler had been captured the free ones had retaliated with a resurgence of savage attacks.Space Prison|Tom Godwin
Each in a return splash shimmied the dinghy making for a resurgence of what, until now, had been a barely muted panic.The Land of Look Behind|Paul Cameron Brown
But, now, are we prepared to spend less to make a world in which the resurgence of such devilish power will be impossible?Darkwater|W. E. B. Du Bois