Definition of Reemissions

1. reemission [n] - See also: reemission



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reemissions

reembraced
reembraces
reembracing
reembroider
reembroidered
reembroidering
reembroiders
reemerge
reemerged
reemergence
reemergences
reemergent
reemerges
reemerging
reemission
reemissions
reemit
reemits
reemitted
reemitting
reemphases
reemphasis
reemphasise
reemphasised
reemphasises
reemphasising
reemphasize
reemphasized
reemphasizes
reemphasizing

Literary usage of Reemissions

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1. The History of North America by Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe (1904)
"New bills were to be substituted as the old ones became ragged and torn, and no reemissions on any account whatsoever were to be permitted. ..."

2. The Colonization of the Middle States and Maryland by Frederick Robertson Jones (1904)
"New bills were to be substituted as the old ones became ragged and torn, and no reemissions on any account whatsoever were to be permitted. ..."

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