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Appear again:‘her symptoms reappeared’
occur, take place, happen, come up, crop up, ariseView synonyms
- ‘Marc is infatuated by Uva who, when she reappears finally, no longer matches the fantasy he has constructed for her.’
- ‘Text appears and reappears but with differences in associated text and in a different order.’
- ‘When the beat suddenly reappears, Wiley begins rapping at twice the speed to thrilling effect.’
- ‘All of a sudden bright flashes of lights started appearing and reappearing all around the room.’
- ‘These beats often take a long time to appear, may fade or cease only to reappear again much later.’
- ‘A little while later, the guy making tea reappears with four mugs.’
- ‘He immediately retires to bed for an hour's rest, then reappears, bleary eyed, for a 45-minute massage.’
- ‘The nurse reappears to walk us down to the theatre, all very casual, no being portered down on trolleys.’
- ‘Four to five days after the new bottle arrived I noticed a lot of his old symptoms reappearing.’
- ‘Last November, doctors told him the cancer had reappeared, only this time it had spread and was terminal.’
- ‘Half of the people linking to us never show up and other links appear, disappear and reappear at random.’
- ‘Some, dare I suggest, will reappear under a different name a few years later and repeat the cycle a second or even a third time.’
- ‘Our plates are clear of food, but sit in front of us for a good 10 minutes before the waitress reappears.’
- ‘But whenever I stop taking it, the symptom reappears and again I start taking capsules.’
- ‘After 10 seconds or so, he reappears above water and the bay resounds to the sounds of whoops and cheers from the floating audience.’
- ‘The next time he reappears in the written record is in 1872 as a London police officer.’
- ‘The symptoms reappeared in response to the challenge but did not reappear without pantoprazole.’
- ‘In the garden, Gretchen appears and reappears now and then to bring her cups of tea or glasses of juice.’
- ‘He will remain in custody until he reappears in court on January 17.’
- ‘There was a viral logic to the show, with many of the same texts appearing and reappearing.’
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