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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reascend.

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Examples

  • The daughter of a god Iris Roberts then reascends to heaven, her own confidence apparently boosted by the fact that the lives of mere mortals are so desperately sordid.

    The Faith Machine; The God of Soho – review

  • No doubt, despite this permanence, the soul must have been in something if it reascends; and if it does not, it is still somewhere; it is in some other vegetal soul: but all this means merely that it is not crushed into some one spot; if a Soul-power reascends, it is within the Soul-power preceding it; that in turn can be only in the soul-power prior again, the phase reaching upwards to the Intellectual-Principle.

    The Six Enneads.

  • Globe is saturated; from whence it reascends in the juices of Vegetables, and enters into all those productions as food, and nourishment, which the

    The London and Country Brewer

  • He sends his Son to judge the Transgressors; who descends, and gives sentence accordingly; then, in pity, clothes them both, and reascends.

    Paradise Lost: The Tenth Book

  • Hastily throwing on a _peignoir_, the housekeeper descends and, receiving his parcel, reascends to his apartment.

    Further Foolishness

  • This duration may not be the fact of matter itself, but that of the life which reascends the course of matter; the two movements are none the less mutually dependent upon each other.

    Evolution créatrice. English

  • Let us add that they are also the Jacob's ladder of innumerable steps by which the creation reascends to its Creator, participates in being, tastes of life, perceives the absolute, and can adore the fathomless mystery of the infinite divinity.

    Amiel's Journal

  • From generation to generation, envy reascends no less than she redescends.

    Short Stories of the Tragedy and Comedy of Life

  • The Hindu has also the truth of God's incarnation, but he turns it into error, by denying the permanence of that incarnation, the divine incarnation in Krishna or Buddha being only a temporary assumption of humanity which he leaves behind him when he reascends to his heaven, while Christ takes our human nature into perpetual union with himself and makes it sit down with him upon his throne.

    A Tour of the Missions Observations and Conclusions

  • God, victorious over His enemies, reascends to heaven, amid the triumphant praises of His people, who celebrate His sovereign dominion.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

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