rejuvenation, resurrection, reanimation, revivification, resurgence, regeneration, rebirth, revitalization, renewal, resuscitation.
Jewish literature has developed organically, and in the course of its evolution it has had its spring- tide as well as its season of decay, this again followed by vigorous rejuvenescence.
It was a dull, wet day, as I have said before, but on the Contra Costa hills the greens and a few flowers were already showing a promise of rejuvenescence
and an early spring.
Their fluid rhythms lend to them almost the quality of a perpetual rejuvenescence.