Easter occurs on the first Sunday following the full moon after the vernal equinox. Easter is observed anywhere between the 22 March through 25 April. The first recorded observance of Easter was during the second century, but the timing of the holy day was set by the council of Nicaea in A.D. 325. -A Moveable Feast.
Hello and welcome to episode 80…of… An Idiom a Day
I’m Gina Johnson and the idiom of the day …is… rise from the dead
I am not dead.
rise from the dead … if you say someone or something rises from the dead, you mean that they have become active or successful again after being inactive for a while… to become popular again after not being popular for a period of time
It will take some time for his political career to become successful again.
Here is the same sentence using the idiom… rise from the dead
It will take some time for his political career to rise from the dead.
Here are a few more sentences using the idiom … rise from the dead
You just rose from the dead. I haven’t seen you since you got married last year.
Many people got gym memberships in January. Let’s see who rises from the dead in June.
The celebrity’s career rose from the dead a few years after the scandal
How do you want your obituary to read?
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Thank you for listening and the next idiom is… once upon a time
Libraries and Books…. is the theme for our next set of idioms