Reestablish [verb]

Definition of Reestablish:

put in place again

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Sentence/Example of Reestablish:

Hayes was determined to reestablish it on its constitutional foundations.

That is the form of division they are trying to reestablish now.

He might, indeed, reestablish the ancient constitution of the realm.

He made a desperate effort to reestablish ordinary relations.

He has overthrown thrones in Italy, he can reestablish the throne in France.

Nevertheless, I doubt if he will undertake to reestablish his theory of property.

His attempt to reestablish the trade to Ophir, on the Red sea, is unsuccessful, d. 891.

It was easy to reestablish forms;—to recall the departed spirit of the nation was impossible!

Ronald wished he could say the right thing to reestablish the half-intimacy he had felt when talking to Sybil the night before.

The Indians revenged themselves by massacring the Dutch again and again, every time they attempted to reestablish Pavonia.