Word family noun appearancedisappearance reappearance verb appeardisappear reappear
From King Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreappearre‧ap‧pear /ˌriːəˈpɪə $ -ˈpɪr/ ●○○ verb [intransitive] APPEARto appear again after not being seen for some time In March, his cancer reappeared. Many of these ideas reappear in his later books.reappearance noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
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reappearI waited maybe an hour and he didn't reappear.They have not, in the over twenty years since then, reappeared.Baines went back inside and reappeared a few moments later carrying an umbrella.He reappeared as soon as the battlefield situation improved.For example, the natural arrangement of the chemical elements in Mendeleyev's periodic table has groups of traits reappearing cyclically.When he reappeared, he was naked, and she quickly noticed that his member hung limply.Some rumours, he says, have survived for centuries, merely by mutating and reappearing in a different guise.Then she ran, reappearing in the next batch of dreams.