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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrebornre‧born /riːˈbɔːn $ -ˈbɔːrn/ verb literary   be reborn
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rebornNow, after years spent behind a sewing machine in her husband's dressmaking factory, she feels like a woman reborn.The monsters were stirring, like babies in the womb, waiting to be reborn.But as you said to me in the lodge, he will be reborn after his death as a warrior.But the best that a virtuous woman can hope for is that she be reborn as a man.Her body was a new one under his sensual caresses, reborn for this man who held her heart.
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