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See definition of resets on Dictionary.com
  • as intransplant
  • as inboot
  • as inrearrange

synonyms for resets

  • emigrate
  • graft
  • immigrate
  • remove
  • uproot
  • displace
  • move
  • readapt
  • recondition
  • reorient
  • reset
  • resettle
  • revamp
  • shift
  • transfer
  • transpose
  • reboot
  • reset
  • bootstrap
  • load
  • restart
  • start
  • cold boot
  • start computer
  • warm boot
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antonyms for resets

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  • plant
  • remain
  • sow
  • stay
  • preserve
  • save
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    How to use resets in a sentence

    After the bells have rung the required time the instrument automatically resets itself.
    ELECTRIC BELLS AND ALL ABOUT THEMS. R. BOTTONE
    After pinching their necks the trapper removes the dead victims, resets the trap, and is ready for another haul.
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