Definition of Reassumed

1. Verb. (past of reassume) ¹

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Definition of Reassumed

1. reassume [v] - See also: reassume

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reassumed


Literary usage of Reassumed

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Records of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A (1841)
"The affair of New-Brunswick Presbytery reassumed, and after much n soning upon it, the further consideration of it deferred till to-morrow moma Adjourned ..."

2. The History of Philip's War: Commonly Called the Great Indian War of 1675 by Thomas Church (1999)
"... Soon after this was the revolution,* and the other government reassumed, and then Governour Brad- street| sent for Captain Church to come to Boston, ..."

3. Letters from Geneva and France: Written During a Residence of Between Two by Francis Kinloch (1819)
"... but the long agony is over," reason and religion have reassumed their sway, the crimes and errours of the past seem expiated, and the experience of all ..."

4. The Fireside Encyclopædia of Poetry: Comprising the Best Poems of the Most by Henry Troth Coates (1878)
"... Which from the moon-tipp'd plumage cast A spangled light, like dancing spray, Then reassumed its still array; When, as night's lamp unclouded hung, ..."

5. The Parliamentary Register by Parliament, Great Britain (1802)
"... those destined for General Burgoyne, and have reassumed the command of all, until those obstructions had been removed within the limits of my authority. ..."

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