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  • verb Present participle of reflower.

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Examples

  • In another fifty years literary critics might look back and see a reflowering of the novella in the early 21st century, and wonder about its artistic roots.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • In another fifty years literary critics might look back and see a reflowering of the novella in the early 21st century, and wonder about its artistic roots.

    The Comeback of Vanished Fictional Forms

  • Yet his hope for the United Nations -- "a reflowering of true humanity in compassion, openness and solidarity between peoples and nations" -- is something only young men dare to dream.

    Preaching In The Rain

  • Look at the stories appearing about the reflowering of social and commercial life in Lebanon–the rebirth of restaurants, coffee shops, and other sites of conviviality–now radically disrupted by renewed violent conflict.

    In Our Minds

  • After that reflowering of tenderness and passion each of them had returned into some solitary dream unshared by the other and what endearments passed between them passed, it seemed, from empty heart to empty heart, echoing hollowly the departure of what they knew at last was gone.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • “Rebirth” was to be the term which prevailed, rather than “renova - tion,” “reflowering,” “renewal,” or others.

    IDEA OF RENAISSANCE

  • War imposes authority; but in the present crisis let us plant for the reflowering of freedom.

    The Social Order

  • After that reflowering of tenderness and passion each of them had returned into some solitary dream unshared by the other and what endearments passed between them passed, it seemed, from empty heart to empty heart, echoing hollowly the departure of what they knew at last was gone.

    The Beautiful and Damned

  • It was not that she showed any hesitation as to the issue, but rather that she seemed to wish not to miss any stage in the gradual reflowering of their intimacy.

    The Reef; a novel

  • We are therefore indebted to materialism, to positivism, to naturalism for this unhealthy and often disingenuous reflowering of religious exaltation.

    Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

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