Definition of Rechoose

1. v. t. To choose again.



Definition of Rechoose

1. Verb. To choose or select again, especially to an office or post. ¹

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Definition of Rechoose

1. choose [v -CHOSE, -CHOSEN, -CHOOSING, -CHOOSES] - See also: choose

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rechoose

reched
recherche
rechew
rechewed
rechewed food
rechewing
rechews
rechie
rechill
rechilled
rechilling
rechills
rechime
rechipping
rechless
rechoose (current term)
rechooses
rechoosing
rechoreograph
rechoreographed
rechoreographing
rechoreographs
rechose
rechosen
rechristen
rechristened
rechristening
rechristens
rechromatograph
rechurn

Literary usage of Rechoose

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1. The Religion of the Primitives by Alexandre Le Roy (1922)
"... its uncertain etymology refers it to re-ligare, "to rebind," or to re-legere, "to reread," or to re-eligere, "to rechoose." Cf. IL Gondal, Religion, p. ..."

2. The Religion of the Primitives by Alexandre Le Roy (1922)
"... its uncertain etymology refers it to re-ligare, "to rebind," or to re-legere, "to reread," or to re-eligere, "to rechoose." Cf. IL Gondal, Religion, p. ..."

3. Children's Interests in Reading by Arthur Melville Jordan (1921)
"... time in the identical position by the same individual; (5) the number of times the same individual would rechoose a magazine but disregard the position; ..."

4. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench: And by Thomas Flower Ellis, Francis Ellis, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1865)
"76., reelect and rechoose defendant to be a councillor of the said borough in the place of one of those who had so gone out of office as aforesaid. ..."

5. The Grenville Papers: Being the Correspondence of Richard Grenville, Earl by Richard Grenville-Temple Temple, George Grenville (1852)
"... I flatter myself that with his consent I shall meet with no difficulty in prevailing upon my friends to rechoose me for Buckingham, which I have now ..."

6. Reports of the Proceedings and Debates of the Convention of 1821 Assembled by Nathaniel Hazeltine Carter, William Leete Stone (1821)
"... and at the expiration of their appointed terms, return to the people, who rechoose thorn, or elect others in their place. The judiciary is not elected ..."

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