re-occupied[ ok-yuh-pahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-occupied
Synonyms for re-occupied
- get back
- bring back
- catch up
- make good
- obtain again
- take back
- win back
Antonyms for re-occupied
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-OCCUPIED
He had from thence, accompanied by them, gone to Shetland, where he had re-occupied his farm.
We reached Hammerfest on the last day of July, and re-occupied our old quarters.
In places the old valleys were left to be re-occupied by the rivers.
The Muhammedans re-occupied it, and remain there to this day.
It may be re-occupied soon on account of the discoveries of gold and copper in the region.
The cawing of the rooks in February shows that the time is coming when their nests will be re-occupied.
In that year Ngati-Whatua began to return to the Isthmus, but none of the old hill forts were re-occupied.
It was abandoned at the close of the Revolution, but was re-occupied for a short time by American troops in 1801.
At the same time another Russian horde, under Romanzow, re-occupied Pomerania.
Thus after five months of fighting and running, the Army of Tennessee re-occupied Dalton.