Thesaurus / re-open


I preferred that he should re-open that subject; but he came to it rather obliquely.

The Jervaise ComedyJ. D. Beresford

There one day he was approached by the French minister who tried to re-open the discussion.

The Story of MankindHendrik Van Loon

We are pleased at every glance; till the eye, in weariness, closes over the volume which we neglect to re-open.

If the wounds made by it have been healed, which I do not concede, far be it from my purpose to re-open them.

Mr. Lopp, in response to our request, has consented to return to the Cape and re-open the mission.

His next step was to re-establish the markets and re-open the sources of supply.

Self-HelpSamuel Smiles

He flattered himself that by marrying the daughter of a General he should re-open a path to himself for command in the army.

Our theatrical readers will rejoice to know that Mr. Charles Kean will re-open the Princess's with an act of clemency.

It was Digby who answered, and the door closed again, only to re-open almost immediately.

The Beggar ManRuby Mildred Ayres

And this, of all times, was the one chosen by Jean to re-open the question of Turkey's return to the ranch.

The Land of Strong MenArthur M. Chisholm
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