reconstitution[ ree-kon-sti-toot, -tyoot ]SEE DEFINITION OF reconstitution
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RECONSTITUTION
The reconstitution of such a road is essentially the filling up of gaps.
What we want now is purity and reconstitution of the national life.
The Queen's men came in on the reconstitution of that company in 1591-2.
Otherwise the work of redemption is only the reconstitution of the nature which God designed.
Hence the desirability of the dissolution and reconstitution of the firm.
This reconstituted feudalism was bound to end in a reconstitution of monarchy.
General Stewart had commanded the 154th Brigade since its reconstitution as a Highland brigade.
The old system was threatened with ruin, and modern China faced the problem: replacement or reconstitution?
But the reconstitution of the Order was no less difficult than the choice of a strong and disinterested protecting Power.
A way of peace was found in State-aided land purchase, and in a reconstitution of the whole agricultural order.