Definition of Reinterred

1. Verb. (past of reinter) ¹



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Definition of Reinterred

1. reinter [v] - See also: reinter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinterred

reinterest
reinterested
reinteresting
reinterests
reintering
reintermediation
reinterment
reinterments
reinterpret
reinterpretable
reinterpretation
reinterpretations
reinterpreted
reinterpreting
reinterprets
reinterred (current term)
reinterring
reinterrogate
reinterrogated
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reinterrogating
reinters
reinterview
reinterviewed
reinterviewing
reinterviews
reinthrone
reinthroned
reinthrones
reinthroning

Literary usage of Reinterred

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1. The South in the Building of the Nation: A History of the Southern States by Walter Lynwood Fleming (1909)
"... brought to this country and reinterred in Frankfort, Ky. HATCHER, JOHN E., editor and poet: b. Bedford county, Va., about 1830. ..."

2. Handbook of Painting: The Italian Schools by Franz Kugler, Margaret Hutton, Charles Lock Eastlake (1869)
"On the 18th of October, in the same year, the relics were reinterred in the same spot with great solemnities. [NOTE ON THE ORIGINAL SITUATION OF THE ..."

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