Thesaurus / reassert

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Nature has a wonderful recuperative power, and will reassert herself provided you allow her to do so.

Chats on AnglingH. V. Hart-Davis

The time had arrived for Asia to reassert some of her old warlike might.

But just because her husband was so unworldly, so unpractical, Charlotte's own more everyday nature began to reassert itself.

He would not own a defeat so readily, certainly not before he made a final struggle to reassert the dignity of his position.

The Tangled SkeinEmmuska Orczy, Baroness Orczy

He now attempted to reassert his rights of suzerain in upper Italy without delay.

And here again we must reassert the significance of Lyly's appeal to women.

John LylyJohn Dover Wilson

Frederick immediately determined to reassert the imperial rights in his Frederick Barbarossa and the Lombard cities.

On the contrary, I reassert the truth of all that I have stated from the public platforms.

The warriors are dumb, or else borrow and reassert the opinions of the holy men.

The Fair GodLew Wallace

After this, custom and habit began to reassert themselves in spite of the crushing weight of circumstance.

The Blood Red DawnCharles Caldwell Dobie
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