reappear Definition

to appear again after not being seen or heard for some time.

Using reappear: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "reappear" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    The sun reappeared from behind the clouds.

  • Example

    The missing child reappeared after three days.

  • Example

    The symptoms of the disease may reappear later in life.

reappear Synonyms and Antonyms

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Phrases with reappear

  • reappear in court

    to return to court after a previous appearance


    The defendant is scheduled to reappear in court next month.

  • to return to a place or situation where one was previously present or active


    After years of absence, the singer reappeared on the music scene with a new album.

  • reappear in someone's life

    to come back into someone's life after a period of absence


    Her ex-boyfriend suddenly reappeared in her life after several years.


Summary: reappear in Brief

'Reappear' [ˌriːəˈpɪə(r)] means to show up again after being absent for some time. It can be used to describe the reappearance of people, things, or events, as in 'The missing child reappeared after three days.' 'Reappear' can also be used in legal contexts, as in 'The defendant is scheduled to reappear in court next month.'