reconstitute

[ ree-kon-sti-toot, -tyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF reconstitute

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECONSTITUTE

To repeat: It is not my intention to reconstitute the history of writing or literacy.

How, with what is made, can we reconstitute what is being made?

In fact the attempt was made to reconstitute the Liverpool Cabinet.

He hoped from these two words to reconstitute his earlier personality.

The object of all his efforts was to reconstitute the power of the empire.

This accomplished, Clive proceeded to reconstitute the Calcutta Council.

He thought he could reconstitute the events of the last three days.

Now there were sufficient details to reconstitute the tragic scene.

But can you reconstitute it for purposes of national defense?

He is forced into an attempt to reconstitute the picture for others.

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