Definition of Reinviting

1. Verb. (present participle of reinvite) ¹



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Definition of Reinviting

1. reinvite [v] - See also: reinvite

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinviting

reinvestor
reinvestors
reinvests
reinvigorate
reinvigorated
reinvigorates
reinvigorating
reinvigoratingly
reinvigoration
reinvigorations
reinvigorator
reinvigorators
reinvite
reinvited
reinvites
reinviting
reinvoice
reinvoiced
reinvoices
reinvoicing
reinvoke
reinvoked
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reinvoking
reinvolve
reinvolved
reinvolves
reinvolving
reionisation
reionisations

Literary usage of Reinviting

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1. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases, Injuries, and Malformations of the by Samuel David Gross (1855)
"The object of all such manoeuvres, of course, is to avert pain by preventing the stone from interrupting the stream of urine, or by reinviting the flow when ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases and Injuries of the Urinary Bladder by Samuel David Gross (1851)
"The object of all such manoeuvres, of course, is to avert pain by preventing the stone from interrupting the stream of urine, or by reinviting the flow when ..."

3. Cosmic Vision by Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson (1922)
"And does not this same world, in ever-recurring phenomena, seem ever to be inviting and reinviting, tempting man to do the like, to make and unmake, ..."

4. A System of Surgery by Samuel David Gross (1864)
"Stimulants are employed warily, lest the reaction be great and sudden, reinviting hemorrhage, or hastening inflammatory development. ..."

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