Reestablished [verb]

Definition of Reestablished:

put in place again

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Sentence/Example of Reestablished:

But by breaking with him I should not have reestablished La Valliere.

Peace was reestablished, trade was resumed, and I was free to continue my journey.

It is only at the beginning of the Twentieth Century that we have reestablished this custom.

When he returned, the line of communication was reestablished, and Juan Alvarado was dead.

I am convinced that through these measures we have reestablished confidence.

His visitors climbed the bank and reestablished themselves on the wood-ranks.

A bond was reestablished between those two who had helped create this government of ours.

The demonstrators were finally driven away and within forty-eight hours order had been reestablished.

Then the Spanish government, reestablished throughout the island, for a time showed Cuba marked favor.

Mr. Burns, reestablished in his bed-place, was concealing his hirsute cheek in the palm of his hand.