Re*nas"cence (r?-n?s"sens), n. [See Renascent, and cf. Renaissance.]


The state of being renascent.

Read the Phnix, and see how the single image of renascence is varied. Coleridge.


Same as Renaissance.

The Renascence . . . which in art, in literature, and in physics, produced such splendid fruits. M. Arnold.


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