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  • as inrevived
  • as inresume
  • as inreintroduce
  • as inreopen
  • as inrestart
  • as incontinue

synonyms for reinstituted

  • refreshed
  • rehabilitated
  • recovered
  • reestablished
  • returned
  • regain
  • go on
  • continue
  • reopen
  • take up
  • restart
  • proceed
  • repossess
  • recoup
  • retake
  • recapitulate
  • carry on
  • come back
  • keep up
  • pick up
  • take back
  • reassume
  • reoccupy
  • return to
  • recommence
  • assume again
  • go on with
  • keep on
  • occupy again
  • reinstitute
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How to use reinstituted in a sentence

He therefore reinstituted the case, and sent out a lead to check Oswald's employment.
WARREN COMMISSION (5 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. V (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
He reinstituted many customs that had been neglected during the Sadducean regime.
A THOUSAND YEARS OF JEWISH HISTORYMAURICE H. (MAURICE HENRY) HARRIS
In July the income-tax was reinstituted and a bill was actually carried authorising a levy en masse in case of invasion.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND - VOL XIGEORGE BRODRICK
All the Pharisaic ordinances, abolished by the late king, were reinstituted.
A THOUSAND YEARS OF JEWISH HISTORYMAURICE H. (MAURICE HENRY) HARRIS
The Confederacy reinstituted the agency system and continued it with modifications.
THE AMERICAN INDIAN AS SLAVEHOLDER AND SECCESSIONISTANNIE HELOISE ABEL
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO REINSTITUTED

  • florid
  • invigorated
  • recovered
  • reestablished
  • refreshed
  • reinstituted
  • restored
  • returned
  • revived
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.