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  • as inrecover
  • as inregain
  • as inrepossess
  • as inretrieve

synonyms for reacquire

  • get back
  • reclaim
  • recoup
  • regain
  • repair
  • rescue
  • restore
  • resume
  • retrieve
  • salvage
  • balance
  • compensate
  • offset
  • recapture
  • recruit
  • redeem
  • rediscover
  • repossess
  • retake
  • bring back
  • catch up
  • make good
  • obtain again
  • reoccupy
  • replevin
  • replevy
  • take back
  • win back
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antonyms for reacquire

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  • break
  • damage
  • destroy
  • forfeit
  • harm
  • hurt
  • injure
  • lose
  • decline
  • deteriorate
  • mislay
  • miss
  • wane
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    How to use reacquire in a sentence

    The young, as we have just seen, reacquire their longitudinal stripes, and the boars invariably reassume their tusks.
    THE VARIATION OF ANIMALS AND PLANTS UNDER DOMESTICATION, VOL. I.CHARLES DARWIN
    In order to reacquire their lost habit of proper listening, they must exercise voluntary attention and develop interest.
    MEMORYWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
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    OCTOBER 26, 1985
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    capacitor

    WORDS RELATED TO REACQUIRE

    • balance
    • bring back
    • catch up
    • compensate
    • get back
    • make good
    • obtain again
    • offset
    • reacquire
    • recapture
    • reclaim
    • recoup
    • recruit
    • redeem
    • rediscover
    • regain
    • reoccupy
    • repair
    • replevin
    • replevy
    • repossess
    • rescue
    • restore
    • resume
    • retake
    • retrieve
    • salvage
    • take back
    • win back
    Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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