Definition of Reendowing

1. Verb. (present participle of reendow) ¹

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Definition of Reendowing

1. reendow [v] - See also: reendow

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reendowing

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Literary usage of Reendowing

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1. A History of Canada by Charles George Douglas Roberts (1897)
"It took its rise in an act of the provincial government of Quebec, called Rights" the Jesuits, Estates Act, reendowing the Jesuit Order. ..."

2. Archaeologia Cambrensis by Cambrian Archaeological Association, Thomas Rowland Powel, Donald Moore (1862)
"The passion or the policy of David I. for founding monasteries, and renewing and reendowing those that previously existed, was followed by his subjects with ..."

3. Octavo Publicatons by Cambridge Antiquarian Society (Cambridge, England) (1891)
"195, Birch no. 1055). It occurs also in a Secondary Document of ^Ethelred II. of the year 996 (Earle p. 404), reendowing the monastery of St Albans, ..."

4. A History of Canada by Francis Murphy (1897)
"It took its rise in an act of the provincial government of Quebec, called Rights" ' The " Equal the Jesuits' Estates Act, reendowing the Jesuit Order. ..."

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