reorganization

[ ree-awr-guh-nuh-zey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF reorganization

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To quell this feeling, a reorganization of the army was effected.

The Polish revolution caused the reorganization of European policies.

This demanded a reorganization of the army, which was increased by 900,000 men.

But the first step in such a reorganization must be a change of officers.

He threw himself heart and soul into the reorganization of his household.

Bonaparte's reorganization of the government has already been noticed.

First there was the general article (Chapter 3) suggesting the reorganization.

What our rural schools of to-day need is not improvement but reorganization.

Send to McClellan a plan for the reorganization of the army.

Social disorganization must be considered in relation to reorganization.

WORD ORIGIN

also re-organization, 1801, in translations from French, noun of action from reorganize.

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