reconstituted[ ree-kon-sti-too-tid, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF reconstituted
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With this object the lien on the common wealth is enlarged and reconstituted.
The Canadians during the night had reconstituted the line, but at great cost.
To make this settlement permanent, the Imperial Court was reconstituted.
If there is to be an Israel at all, it must be reconstituted "outside the camp."
The crime was then and there reconstituted in the presence of the examining magistrate.
It was reconstituted in 1802 after the re-establishment of the order.
So lovely and conspicuous a feature is not to be reconstituted under a century.
The grammar school was reconstituted in 1889 for boys and girls.
Malta to be restored to the Order of Knights, reconstituted.
The part of her loss that she could think of was the reconstituted splendor of Poynton.