reorganize

[ ree-awr-guh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF reorganize

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REORGANIZE

He sped forth from the laboratory, to reorganize his beaten Gens.

I meet General Wood, and ask if I shall not halt and reorganize them.

We might as well plan to reorganize our globe by redistributing the elements in it.

You say you will reorganize the court and reverse the decision.

Elizabeth hardly dared express her longing to reorganize their home.

The Assembly set to work completely to reorganize the church.

It is too late to reorganize this editor-critic now; we will leave him as he is.

Just when did you gain the right to reorganize the household staff?

Now that I'm a free man, I've got to reorganize a household.

It also became necessary to reorganize the local government.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REORGANIZE

shook up

verbupset, unsettle
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