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noun as in restoration

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Much like High on the Hog, the work that we do is about reclamation.

From Eater

The reclamation projects who double as major offseason acquisitions, Kyle Schwarber and Josh Bell, both hit two-run homers in the first.

There are two important differences between broken link reclamation and broken link building.

Marketers can find a treasure trove of value through link reclamation and outreach efforts.

Link reclamation seeks to literally reclaim the value of broken links pointing to your site.

For them, this is not demolition but reclamation, cleansing the sanctuary that has been profaned by liberals.

Matangi, a reclamation of the brown girl narrative, is a middle finger to you.

He forgot that even the Zionist reclamation project only goes so far.

These acts of self-reclamation, even if achieved with assistance from men, turn these women into something entirely new instead.

I “embrace” my “otherness,” to spew that overused phrase of early '90s identity reclamation.

The new Secretary had found his office flooded with complaints about the Reclamation Service.

This bog contains several thousand acres, and seems quite susceptible of reclamation and improvement.

In the first place, reclamation may mean two distinct things.

To reduce a hawk while in process of reclamation is no more than you will be obliged to do.

But manning is only the first step in the reclamation of a hawk.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reclamation, such as: improvement, recovery, recycling, redemption, and repossession.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.