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- To become alive (or undead) after having died.
- 2014 October 6, Eleftheriou-Smith, Loulla-Mae, “Ebola 'risen from the dead' zombie story is a complete hoax”, in Independent:
- The story of dead Ebola victims rising from the dead, with the first "picture" of one of the zombies that has gone viral, (if it weren't glaringly obvious) is a hoax.
- 2014, Bonnke, Reinhard, Raised From the Dead: The Miracle that Brings Promise to America:
- “My husband is a man of God,” she repeated. “He had an accident and died, but God has told me that if I can get him to Bonnke, he will rise from the dead.”
- 1997 March 8, Coghlan, Andy, “Will cloned cows rise from the dead?”, in New Scientist:
- (figuratively) To come back into general use after becoming obsolete.
- 2016 December 11, Elliott, Larry, “Keynesian economics: is it time for the theory to rise from the dead?”, in The Guardian:
- 2016 September 28, Samuelson, Robert J., “Will the TPP rise from the dead?”, in The Washington Post:
- 2016 October 19, McMillan, Brad, “Active Management Could Rise From The Dead”, in Forbes: