re-instated[ ree-in-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-instated
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I fancy not, unless Charles dies, in which case Ellen will be re-instated by the priest.
The question was, whether or not Ferdinand should be re-instated in all his authority by the intervention of foreign powers.
For a long while she sewed on furtive buttons, picked clear fringes, re-instated ruffles, caught up yawning rents.
He had been suspended before, but was re-instated by another agent.
Being relieved of the command by Pope, who also failed, he was re-instated and fought the bloody battle of Antietam.
He had a hang-dog look when he was re-instated, and yet everybody knew that apart from this he was a fairly competent foreman.
The parliament were re-instated in their functions, at the same time.
He was superceded on the 5th of the ensuing October—subjected to a court of inquiry—honorably acquitted and re-instated in 1782.
Matters were soon arranged, and I was re-instated in my former position on the plantation.
A man had been displaced from his position there by his fellow strikers, and Ross had been re-instated.