Definition of Reconstitute

1. Verb. Construct or form anew or provide with a new structure. "The governing board was reconstituted"

Exact synonyms: Restructure
Generic synonyms: Structure



Definition of Reconstitute

1. Verb. (transitive) to construct something anew, or in a different manner ¹

2. Verb. (transitive) to add liquid to a concentrated or dehydrated food to return it to its original consistency ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reconstitute

1. constitute [v -TUTED, -TUTING, -TUTES] - See also: constitute

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reconstitute

reconsiders
reconsign
reconsigned
reconsigning
reconsigns
reconsole
reconsoled
reconsoles
reconsolidate
reconsolidated
reconsolidates
reconsolidating
reconsolidation
reconsolidations
reconsoling
reconstitute (current term)
reconstituted
reconstitutes
reconstituting
reconstitution
reconstitutions
reconstrict
reconstricted
reconstricting
reconstriction
reconstrictions
reconstricts
reconstruct
reconstructable
reconstructed

Literary usage of Reconstitute

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1. Ethics and Moral Science by Lucien Lévy-Bruhl (1905)
"... Signification from that point of view of the religion of Humanity— How we can reconstitute the now vanished sentimental conception of physical nature. ..."

2. A History of Greece: From the Earliest Period to the Close of the Generation by George Grote (1869)
"... and to reconstitute a local oligarchy of their most devoted partisans, in each of those cities where the government had been somewhat liberalised during ..."

3. Burma, After the Conquest: Viewed in Its Political, Social, and Commercial by Grattan Geary (1886)
"... Reputation—His Services to the British at the close of the War—The Policy of Employing him to reconstitute the Burmese State—The Prejudices against him ..."

4. Hellenica: A Collection of Essays on Greek Poetry, Philosophy, History, and by Evelyn Abbott (1880)
"After all, one has to turn away from the system, in order to reconstitute one's notion of the man. We think rather of the kindly and genial teacher, ..."

5. Hellenica: essays on Greek poetry, philosophy, history and religion, ed. by by Hellenica, Evelyn Abbott (1880)
"After all, one has to turn away from the system, in order to reconstitute one's notion of the man. We think rather of the kindly and genial teacher, ..."

6. The History of the Middle Ages by Victor Duruy (1891)
"... of the Sons of Louis the Pious to reconstitute the Empire.—Division of the royal Authority ; Heredity of Benefices and of Offices. ..."

7. The History of the Middle Ages by Victor Duruy (1891)
"Internal Discords ; Vain effort of the Sons of Louis the Pious to reconstitute the Empire.—Division of the royal Authority ; Heredity of Benefices and of ..."

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