re-adjustment[ ree-uh-juhst-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-adjustment
Synonyms for re-adjustment
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-ADJUSTMENT
From this re-adjustment to reality Angela glanced out at the sky.
They helped win the war, and they are entitled to a voice in the re-adjustment now at hand.
A greater operation was the re-adjustment of the burden, thus lightened, within the province.
His character never lost its even balance and happy equilibrium, never needed modification or re-adjustment.
The whole island was busy observing the execution of Mr. Parnell's behests in the re-adjustment of contracts for land.
Some re-adjustment of stipends after a new enquiry seems, therefore, likely to be proposed.
It is a matter of continual re-arrangement, re-adjustment, and modification or even transformation of certain elements.
The re-adjustment in his theory was so simple, that only a great philosopher could have failed to make it sooner.