reissued

[ ree-ish-oo or, esp. British, -is-yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF reissued
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REISSUED

Possibly I was reissued without him; I am not sure what the process was.

They will be forwarded and reissued at the first opportunity.

The Longfellow of 1855 was reissued with the addition of Hiawatha in 1856.

Some of these—models of their kind—have been reissued in the Collected Essays.

Anyhow, don't you think it's about time you went in on a customs payment and got reissued?

Toward the close of 1726 the work was reissued, with a second volume.

It has been reissued, with additional illustrations, by Messrs. Dent.

According to M. Laverdière, it has been reissued, in 1640, with a new date and title.

The Book of Orders, for the relief of distress in earlier reigns, was to be reissued.

The book was promptly recalled, worked over, toned down, and reissued "expurgated" in 1892.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from re- "back, again" + issue (v.). Related: Reissued; reissuing. The noun is attested from 1805.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REISSUED

refunded

adjectiveplaced on a new financial basis
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