Thesaurus / reestablish

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Reestablish the endowments raised to the gods and goddesses, even the offerings to the dead!
To try to reestablish relationships in a blind and haphazard manner is likely to lead to further disaster.
A LIVING FROM THE LANDWILLIAM B. DURYEE
In China, eclipses are the object of imposing ceremonies, whose object is to reestablish the regularity of the celestial motions.
ASTRONOMY FOR AMATEURSCAMILLE FLAMMARION
In South Carolina an effort had been made to reestablish serfdom as it had existed in England one hundred years before.
THE STORY OF SLAVERYBOOKER T. WASHINGTON
When the repairs were finished we would set the alarm again and reestablish our confidence in it.
For a minute it seemed as if she were about to reestablish her ascendency: then the stubborn resistance of the beast returned.
We thus correct the modification that happened and we reestablish the initial state by an inverse modification.
In 1726, the archbishop undertook to reestablish it, and to rebuild it again on new foundations; and that has been executed.
Nevertheless, I doubt if he will undertake to reestablish his theory of property.
WHAT IS PROPERTY?P. J. PROUDHON
I sincerely hope that your journey to the Country will reestablish your health and spirits.'

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