Definition of Re-introduction
1. Noun. A proposal of something previously rejected. "They avoided a re-introduction of the old terminology"
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Literary usage of Re-introduction
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. History of the Campaign for the Conquest of Canada in 1776: From the Death by Charles Henry Jones (1882)
"... how they took the Disease—Alarm at the re-introduction of Small-pox by the Militia—Disappearance of Small-pox from the Army— Arrival of Reinforcements ..."
2. Lives of the Archbishops of Canterbury by Walter Farquhar Hook (1872)
"re-introduction of the Catholic Calendar, and its reformation.—The Lectionary.— Second Book of Homilies.—The Great Bible.—The Geneva Bible.— Bishops' Bible. ..."
3. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1910)
"He had the sweetest of modest wishes for a re-introduction to Ottilia. CHAPTER L WE AEE ALL IN MY FATHER'S NET JOURNEYING down by the mail-train in the face ..."