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Word Meanings - REISSUE - Book Publishers vocabulary database

To issue a second time.

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    To affect reformation; to pretend to correctness.
    Forming again; having the quality of renewing form; reformatory. Good.
    More than once; again and again; indefinitely.
    To make over again; to restore to freshness or vigor; to renew. All nature feels the reniovating force Of winter. Thomson. (more info) renovare;pref. re- re- + novare to make new, fr. novus new. See New,
    To repeat again and again; to say or do repeatedly; sometimes, to repeat. That with reiterated crimes he might Heap on himself damnation. Milton. You never spoke what did become you less Than this; which to reiterate were sin. Shak. Syn.
    One who, or that which, repeats. Specifically: A watch with a striking apparatus which, upon pressure of a spring, will indicate the time, usually in hours and quarters. A repeating firearm. An instrument for resending a telegraphic message
    1. The act of refreshing, or the state of being refreshed; restoration of strength, spirit, vigor, or liveliness; relief after suffering; new life or animation after depression. 2. That which refreshes; means of restoration or reanimation;
    The act of transforming, or the state of being transformed; change of form or condition. Specifically: --
    To bring back to its former state; to bring back from a state of ruin, decay, disease, or the like; to repair; to renew; to recover. "To restore and to build Jerusalem." Dan. ix. 25. Our fortune restored after the severest afflictions. Prior. And
    To repay or refund . To repeat one's self, to do or say what one has already done or said. -- To repeat signals, to make the same signals again; specifically, to communicate, by repeating them, the signals shown at headquarters. Syn.
    To be changed in form; to be metamorphosed. His hair transforms to down. Addison.
    1. Rendered young again; as, rejuvenated life. Stimulated by uplift to renewed erosive activity; -- said of streams. Developed with steep slopes inside a district previously worn down nearly to base level; -- said of topography, or features of
    The hypothesis, or doctrine, that living beings have originated by the modification of some other previously existing forms of living matter; -- opposed to abiogenesis. Huxley.
    An institution for promoting the reformation of offenders. Magistrates may send juvenile offenders to reformatories instead of to prisons. Eng. Cyc.
    To become new, or as new; to grow or begin again.
    A reformer.
    Capable of being reformed. Foxe.
    In the manner of a reform; for the purpose of reform. Milton.
    Retained in service on half or full pay after the disbandment of the company or troop; -- said of an officer. (more info) 1. Corrected; amended; restored to purity or excellence; said, specifically, of the whole body of Protestant churches
    To rub or scour to brightness; to clean; to burnish; as, to furbish a sword or spear. Shak. Furbish new the name of John a Gaunt. Shak.
    To form beforehand, or for special ends. "Their natures and preformed faculties. " Shak.
    To issue a second time.
    A formative letter at the beginning of a word. M. Stuart.
    To reiterate many times. "My re-reiterated wish." Tennyson.
    An old theory of the preƫxistence of germs. Cf. EmboƮtement.


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