rising or tending to rise again; reviving; renascent.

1760–70; < Latin resurgent- (stem of resurgēns, present participle of resurgere). See resurge, -ent

resurgence, noun Unabridged
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resurgent (rɪˈsɜːdʒənt)
rising again, as to new life, vigour, etc: resurgent nationalism

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Word Origin & History

1808, from obs. verb resurge "to rise again" (1575), from L. resurgere "rise again," from re- "again" + surgere "to rise" (see surge). Modern verb resurge (1887) is a back-formation.
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Example sentences
But scientists say gene therapy may be on the edge of a resurgence.
Fears that the fragile peace process could be destroyed by a resurgence of
  violence are nothing new.
In the decade that followed, the lab mouse had a sudden and dramatic resurgence
  that continues today.
Central to this resurgence of religious partisanship was the call for the
  faith-based values that secularism had displaced.
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