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An instance of something resurging; a renewal of vigor or vitality
A general class of phenomena where, after a storm surge, the water level falls, rises, falls again, rises again, and so on for many hours after the passage of a hurricane This has been variously explained as being due to oscillating long waves, edge waves, Kelvin waves or some combination thereof See Wiegel (1964)
{i} act of rising again; revival, renaissance, rejuvenation
Spring where underground water re-emerges into daylight, except at night
The act of rising again; resurrection
If there is a resurgence of an attitude or activity, it reappears and grows. Police say drugs traffickers are behind the resurgence of violence. the reappearance and growth of something that was common in the past resurgence of (resurgent (18-21 centuries), from resurgere , from surgere; SURGE)
A place where water from caves returns to the surface, usually much more substantial than a spring
bringing again into activity and prominence; "the revival of trade"; "a revival of a neglected play by Moliere"; "the Gothic revival in architecture"
An increase of a pest population after a period of decline, to a level higher than its original one, especially when the decline is caused by a pest control measure
national resurgence
national rebellion, national uprising
plural of resurgence