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verb as in give back responsibility

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Even after Twitter said the tweets and accounts were reinstated, the company said the government’s legal demand was valid.

From Time

Some groups believe that the upcoming Net Neutrality actions could go beyond reinstating the Obama-era rules.

Parler could still prevail in the case, but it won't be reinstated to Amazon's service in the meantime.

A few athletes, like American Jim Thorpe, lost their medals for receiving money and violating old Olympic amateurism rules, though these medals were later reinstated.

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Meanwhile, Google suspended Parler from its Google Play app store, saying it won’t reinstate the service until the violent comments are removed.

From Fortune

Egypt elected its president from the Muslim Brotherhood, only to see a counter-revolution reinstate a member of the military.

They want President Obama and his European counterparts to compel the military to reinstate President Morsi.

Under Johnson, the chain alienated customers by doing away with discounts and sales, only to reinstate them after sales plummeted.

An appeal is pending to reinstate Aguiar's claims against Kaplan.

They said Romney would reclaim it from Britain and reinstate it in the White House, calling it “symbolically important.”

He subsequently endeavored, again and again, to reinstate himself in her favor, but in vain.

Austria and Prussia, united with the emigrants at Coblentz, prepared to march to Paris to reinstate the king upon his throne.

Live to spend it as your brother desired, to make over the old house and reinstate the old name.

He looked in her face like a whipped dog trying to reinstate himself in favour, as far as Tanqueray could look like a whipped dog.

But I thought I would leave the word to him, without further attempt to reinstate him in his self-esteem.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reinstate, such as: bring back, reelect, reestablish, reintroduce, renew, and replace.

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