noun as in recovery
noun as in replacing
noun as in restoration
noun as in return
Among the changes that will begin around January are less-frequent train service on weekdays and the reinstatement of fares on Metrobuses.
Support, Google says, is intended for troubleshooting around discrete problems, such as reinstatement or merger of duplicate listings.
He was kicked off the football team, and his teammates spent months rallying, ultimately unsuccessfully, for his reinstatement.
Letourneau could seek reinstatement as early as April 1 of that year.
Letourneau has not reapplied for reinstatement to the state bar.
His last few years have been a revolving door of corruption, scandal, resignation, and reinstatement.
Fans have taken to the skies to seek his reinstatement; others have stated their support for the actress.
The reinstatement of Har Bracha makes it eligible for government benefits and all the privileges accorded to Hesder schools.
Romney can show backbone and leadership by stepping up and calling for a reinstatement of the federal assault weapons ban.
Mitt Romney should pull a Nixon to China on guns and call for reinstatement of the federal ban on assault weapons.
Of course that trade includes your reinstatement as a licensed master and the dropping of all charges in the Montana matter.
I will next read to your Lordships the orders of the Directors for his reinstatement, on the 4th of July, 1777.
In their turn the people sent messengers to the palace, insisting on the reinstatement of the Republican Ministers.
Possibility of pardon and reinstatement, though only heard of at second hand, had brought unity into being.
He longed to enter and plead for reinstatement, but his new-found pride refused to budge his legs door-ward.
On this page you'll find 96 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reinstatement, such as: improvement, readjustment, reconstruction, rehabilitation, restoration, and resumption.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.