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synonyms for reelect

  • bring back
  • reestablish
  • reintroduce
  • renew
  • replace
  • restore
  • revive
  • recall
  • redeem
  • rehabilitate
  • return
  • put back
  • put in power again
  • rehire
  • reinvest
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antonyms for reelect

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  • destroy
  • kill
  • fire
  • let go
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How to use reelect in a sentence

The tendency, especially among the more conservative unions, is to reelect these officers year after year.
THE ARMIES OF LABORSAMUEL P. ORTH
The "Douglas Democrats" wished to reelect Shields, the present incumbent.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, VOL. I.JOHN T. MORSE
Schimmelpenninck is their chief magistrate only for five years, if so long; but you may add that they may reelect him.
MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF ST. CLOUD, COMPLETELEWIS GOLDSMITH
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO REELECT

  • bring back
  • put back
  • put in power again
  • recall
  • redeem
  • reelect
  • reestablish
  • rehabilitate
  • rehire
  • reintroduce
  • reinvest
  • renew
  • replace
  • restore
  • return
  • revive
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.