re-introduce[ in-truh-doos, -dyoos ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-introduce
Synonyms for re-introduce
- call up
- think of
- bring to mind
- call to mind
- come to one
- flash on
- look back
- nail it down
- ring a bell
- strike a note
- think back
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-INTRODUCE
An attempt was made in 1798 to re-introduce it in French privateers.
I had some thoughts of learning it in order to re-introduce it into England.
I have spoken of Ariadne, and promised to re-introduce her to you.
"I must re-introduce myself, formally, I see," quoth the stranger.
In 1888, when Mr. Goschen endeavoured to re-introduce this duty, no serious objection was raised by the House of Commons.
Socialism alone will re-introduce a greater stability in the habits of life.
These matters being thus disposed of, Colin seized his opportunity to re-introduce the question regarding old Jerry Clink.
Amolo invited all the bishops of the country to do their utmost to re-introduce the old canonic restrictions against the Jews.
To grasp reality, we have to do what the cinematograph does with the film—that is, introduce or rather, re-introduce movement.
It has, however, been left to these last few years to re-introduce the motor-car, with results yet to be seen.