Definition of Reaccepting

1. Verb. (present participle of reaccept) ¹



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Definition of Reaccepting

1. reaccept [v] - See also: reaccept

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reaccepting

reacceleration
reaccent
reaccented
reaccenting
reaccents
reaccentuate
reaccentuated
reaccentuates
reaccentuating
reaccentuation
reaccentuations
reaccept
reacceptance
reacceptances
reaccepted
reaccepting (current term)
reaccepts
reaccess
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reaccession
reaccessions
reacclaim
reacclaimed
reacclaiming
reacclaims
reacclimate
reacclimated
reacclimates

Literary usage of Reaccepting

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1. The Fortnightly Review (1869)
"Were I to attempt to prove it, I should fall into the absurdity of reaccepting my individual reason as the starting-point of philosophy after I have already ..."

2. An Exposition Upon the Second Epistle General of St. Peter by Thomas Adams, James Sherman (1848)
"Therefore they utterly renounced the benefit of Circe's grant, and desired Ulysses that he would not press them with the reaccepting of reason. ..."

3. The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States: With an by United States Congress, Joseph Gales (1849)
"The United States had committed themselves by reaccepting it. They had no right to take advantage of the depreciation ; they received the identical money, ..."

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