Definition of Reinflations

1. reinflation [n] - See also: reinflation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinflations

reinfestation
reinfestations
reinfiltrate
reinfiltrated
reinfiltrates
reinfiltrating
reinflame
reinflamed
reinflames
reinflaming
reinflate
reinflated
reinflates
reinflating
reinflation
reinflations (current term)
reinforce
reinforceable
reinforced
reinforced anchorage
reinforced concrete
reinforcement
reinforcement schedule
reinforcements
reinforcer
reinforcers
reinforces
reinforcing
reinforcing stimulus
reinform

Literary usage of Reinflations

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1. Pulmonary Tuberculosis by Maurice Fishberg (1922)
"During reinflations, sudden drops in the pressure, due to breaking up of adhesions, are more common than during primary inflations. ..."

2. Pulmonary tuberculosis by Maurice Fishberg (1919)
"During reinflations, sudden drops in the pressure, due to breaking up of adhesions, are more common than during primary inflations. ..."

3. Therapeutic Gazette (1916)
"... 'the rest periods essential after each reinflation, the inability of outlining in advance the time of reinflations—in short, the close dependence of ..."

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