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adjective as in reinstated

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NEW ORLEANS — John Boehner was reelected House Speaker yesterday by his Republican colleagues despite some dissenting members.

Of course Cuomo is going to be reelected, but maybe now we can get him to deliver on what he promised.

Most of them are only there for one reason—to get reelected.

New Jersey voters reelected him in spite of his being a Republican, not because of it.

These are the voters who reelected Obama and whom Democrats must inspire to turn out to hold their majority in the Senate.

He was, indeed, one of the original Directors of the great corporation which owed its existence to him; but he was not reelected.

In 1900 he was elected to the office of superior judge and was reelected to that position in 1904 by a greatly increased majority.

Gompers was reelected the next year and the Federation seemed definitely shut to socialism.

However, he was reelected, although with a reduced plurality over the preceding election.

At the next election in 1876 he was reelected and from 1878 until the time of his death was associated with this office.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reelected, such as: reestablished, reinstalled, restored, returned, and reappointed.

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