reinstate[ ree-in-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF reinstate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REINSTATE
It was only through memory that she could reinstate herself.
The evenings with her did something to reinstate him in his own self-esteem.
It means that if there has been crooked work we've got to show it up in order to reinstate you.
“It wasn't so dreadful what I did,” she muttered, to reinstate herself.
They will set up again the law courts and reinstate the hangman.
I appeal to your better nature to reinstate him in his old place.
Discipline demanded that he depose Sordello and reinstate Peppino.
He thought Manfred was going to force the pope to reinstate him.
It is only I who can reinstate myself in his love and respect.
The mere wording of it seemed to reinstate him somehow in the world of affairs.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR REINSTATE
- back up
- fill in
- front for
- give back
- pinch hit for
- put back
- ring in
- sit in
- stand in
- stand in lieu of
- step into shoes of
- swap places
- take out
- take over
- take over from
- bring back
- build up
- make healthy
- make restitution
- set to rights
- touch up
- win back