renascence

Part of speech: adjective

Renascent.

Part of speech: noun

Renaissance. renascency.

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Usage examples "renascence":

  1. Naturally Italian Jews are more profoundly than others affected by the renascence of science and art. - "Jewish Literature and Other Essays", Gustav Karpeles.
  2. Coleridge, too, with his curious, complex endowment of philosopher and poet, resembled Shakespeare, saw him, therefore, by flashes, and might have written greatly about him; but, alas, Coleridge, a Puritan born, was brought up in epicene hypocrisies, and determined to see Shakespeare- that child of the Renascence- as a Puritan, too, and consequently mis- saw him far oftener than he saw him; misjudged him hideously, and had no inkling of his tragic history. - "The Man Shakespeare", Frank Harris.
  3. Their main objection to the present Government had been that it prejudiced the German political revolution and spiritual renascence in the eyes of the Entente. - "The New Germany", George Young.