Definition of Recommissioning

1. Verb. (present participle of recommission) ¹



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Definition of Recommissioning

1. recommission [v] - See also: recommission

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recommissioning

recommencing
recommend
recommendable
recommendations
recommendative
recommendatives
recommendatory
recommended
recommender
recommenders
recommending
recommends
recommission
recommissioned
recommissioning (current term)
recommissions
recommit
recommitment
recommitments
recommits
recommittal
recommittals
recommitted
recommitting
recompact
recompacted
recompacting
recompacts
recompence

Literary usage of Recommissioning

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1. Marine Engineer and Naval Architect (1900)
"... additional, for the Tribune, for recommissioning, to date March 30th. ... for the Fui/che, and Sovereign, for recommissioning, to date April ..."

2. A Source-book of Military Law and War-time Legislation by John Henry Wigmore, United States War Dept. Committee on Education and Special Training (1919)
"It was clearly the intention of Congress to prohibit the recommissioning of an ... It provided for the recommissioning of dental surgeons as commissioned ..."

3. Decisions of the Comptroller of the Treasury by Comptroller of the Treasury, United States, Robert Bonner Bowler, Robert John Tracewell, George E. Downey, Walter Winter Warwick (1915)
"I think the immediate recommissioning of the officers of the Medical ... The recommissioning was by specific provision of law made the immediate duty of the ..."

4. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1902)
"... course which will greatly add to our list of officers on the reserve for service in the case of emergency; this consists in recommissioning officers as ..."

5. The Civil Service and the Patronage by Carl Russell Fish (1904)
"He disapproved of the recommissioning of men rejected by the Senate, and was inclined to believe ..."

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