Definition of Recommissioned

1. Verb. (past of recommission) ¹



2. Adjective. commissioned again ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Recommissioned

1. recommission [v] - See also: recommission

Lexicographical Neighbors of Recommissioned

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

Literary usage of Recommissioned

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

1. Voyages Round the World: From the Death of Captain Cook to the Present Time by Edinburgh Cabinet Library, Andrew Kippis (1843)
"... and appointment of Fitzroy to the Beagle—Progress of Discovery— Four Natives brought to England—Presented at Court—Beagle recommissioned—Natives return ..."

2. A History of the President's Cabinet by Mary Louise Hinsdale (1911)
"JOHN HAY, of the District of Columbia; recommissioned March 5, 1901. ... JOHN W. GRIGGS, of New Jersey; recommissioned March 5, 1901. ..."

3. A History of the President's Cabinet by Mary Louise Hinsdale (1911)
"JOHN HAY, of the District of Columbia; recommissioned March 5, 1901. ... JOHN W. GRIGGS, of New Jersey; recommissioned March 5, 1901. ..."

4. A History of the President's Cabinet by Mary Louise Hinsdale (1911)
"JOHN HAY, of the District of Columbia; recommissioned March 5, 1901. ... JOHN W. GRIGGS, of New Jersey; recommissioned March 5, 1901. ..."

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