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  • verb Present participle of rebegin.

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Examples

  • Despite this threat from the realm of number, though, most of the world went on as before, repeating itself over and over in every place, beginning and rebeginning, again and again and again.

    Gertrude Stein, Geographer: I

  • Sick nausea, rising faintly yet heavily on the senses, swimming upward, as it were, along with a half-drowned rebeginning of life and the cognizance of things; deep loathing, and eyes like new-cast musket-balls for heat and weight; a frowsy air; a mouth like burned leather lined with vile odours.

    Despair's Last Journey

  • At last the German phase arrives, the phase that Hegel himself was on the verge of witnessing, promising to blend the best of the Greek and the Roman but surpass them both, history’s final expression or renaissance, the proper rebeginning of the meaning of the world.

    BREAKFAST WITH SOCRATES

  • At last the German phase arrives, the phase that Hegel himself was on the verge of witnessing, promising to blend the best of the Greek and the Roman but surpass them both, history’s final expression or renaissance, the proper rebeginning of the meaning of the world.

    BREAKFAST WITH SOCRATES

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