re-opened[ ree-oh-puh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-opened
Synonyms for re-opened
- take up
- gain ground
- get better
- get well
- make a comeback
- perk up
Antonyms for re-opened
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-OPENED
It was restored with great expedition, and was re-opened within the same year.
The wounded man closed his eyes a moment, then re-opened them.
The mart was declared illegal, and the old one was re-opened.
The latter was again removed in 1846, when the west doorway was re-opened.
The Moslem mind was closed, not to be re-opened until our own day.
When I am, I will let you know, and the matter can be re-opened.
In a few minutes it was re-opened, and the men issued one by one from durance vile.
The court was cleared for a few minutes, and then re-opened.
Jaques-Dalcroze has re-opened a door which has long been closed.
Very shortly after that the party broke up, and the door was re-opened.