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verb as in put in place again

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Third, Democrats and Republicans need to reestablish the authority of Congress.

“We are grateful for the opportunity that Andrew gave us to reestablish Helmut Lang,” the two said about CEO Andrew Rosen.

Palestinians say that armed Jewish settlers have been trickling back to try and reestablish a permanent presence there.

After more than two years of unrest, most Egyptians just want to reestablish a sense of security.

But what they discover is a place with very little to offer to help them reestablish their lives.

I sincerely hope that your journey to the Country will reestablish your health and spirits.'

Nevertheless, I doubt if he will undertake to reestablish his theory of property.

We thus correct the modification that happened and we reestablish the initial state by an inverse modification.

We trust that life will be given him to reestablish all this country that has remained without a shepherd for so long.

So there is no reference point on which we can reestablish the position of the car in the roadway.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reestablish, such as: renew, restore, resume, return to, and begin again.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.