Definition of 'renaissance'
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The great cities, where they tended to live, enjoyed a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)And in recent years, the study of wingbeat has undergone a renaissance, especially in the field of human health. Smithsonian Mag (2017)A generation of experienced IT staff are approaching retirement just as the mainframe is experiencing a renaissance. Computing (2010)The hot hatch has undergone a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The next weeks will show whether he is a spent force or renaissance man. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Next we will be calling him renaissance man rather than raging bull. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Some other cities from which pedal power had all but disappeared a decade ago are beginning to experience a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The story of the renaissance man. Times, Sunday Times (2012)He was a true renaissance man. Times, Sunday Times (2009)For a variety of reasons lean years followed, before she enjoyed a renaissance in her sixties. Times, Sunday Times (2010)English wines have enjoyed a genuine renaissance over the past couple of years and are now being taken seriously on the international stage. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Auckland enjoyed a renaissance in the 1980s that forced all restaurants to raise their game. The Sun (2012)Surrounded by beautiful countryside and replete with historic buildings, the city has undergone a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Ironically, the weekly singles chart is undergoing a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But in recent years, the club has undergone a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2014)They are polite and enthusiastic, clearly enjoying the renaissance triggered by the release of the new album. The Sun (2013)Some northern cities have undergone a renaissance, offering a far higher quality of life than is generally experienced down south. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Will it be a renaissance Man? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Sewing is undergoing a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The economic renaissance will be a long time coming, public discontent will grow and the nervous security services will crack down. Times, Sunday Times (2015)He is part stroppy trade unionist, part renaissance man with his broad range of interests from media work to hotels to coaching. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Over the past decade, though, the seaside has enjoyed an unexpected renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The irony is that over the past decade Britain's parks have undergone a renaissance. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But the sport will push for a place in the Olympic Games after undergoing a renaissance in recent years. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A true renaissance man, the Brazilian maestro has long had a penchant for fusing cultures. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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