Definition of Reattaining

1. Verb. (present participle of reattain) ¹



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Definition of Reattaining

1. reattain [v] - See also: reattain

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reattaining

reate
reates
reattach
reattached
reattaches
reattaching
reattachment
reattachments
reattachs
reattack
reattacked
reattacking
reattacks
reattain
reattained
reattaining (current term)
reattainment
reattainments
reattains
reattempt
reattempted
reattempting
reattempts
reattract
reattracted
reattracting
reattraction
reattracts
reattribute
reattributed

Literary usage of Reattaining

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1. The Story of the Irish Nation by Francis Hackett (1922)
"This, and the feeling of national confidence, helped Ireland toward an industrial revival. "The woolen manufacture showed some signs of reattaining ..."

2. Ptolemy's First Commentator: Transactions, APS by Alexander Jones (2007)
"§19 The moon is seen to make its least, mean, and greatest motion during each month, starting from a different [motion] each time, and not reattaining the ..."

3. Ptolemy's First Commentator by Alexander Jones (1990)
"§19 The moon is seen to make its least, mean, and greatest motion during each month, starting from a different [motion] each time, and not reattaining the ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1886)
"The number of red blood-globules can decrease in anaemic persons under a mercurial treatment in the beginning without reattaining the original numerical ..."

5. Cosmos: Sketch of a Physical Description of the Universe by Alexander von Humboldt, Elizabeth Juliana Leeves Sabine (1851)
"Hevelius observed it again in November 1665 : at first very small, then larger, but without reattaining the 3rd magnitude. Between 1677 and 1682 it was ..."

6. Essays in Experimental Logic by John Dewey (1916)
"The mind ^\ seizes upon the nearest or most convenient instru- // ment of dismissing doubt and reattaining security. / At the other end is the definitive ..."

7. Basic Ideas in Religion: Or, Apologetic Theism by Richard Wilde Micou (1916)
"To whatever cycle the soul falls, the means of reattaining humanity is always open to it. Every soul, however frequent its relapses, will ultimately attain ..."

8. Basic Ideas in Religion: Or, Apologetic Theism by Richard Wilde Micou (1916)
"To whatever cycle the soul falls, the means of reattaining humanity is always open to it. Every soul, however frequent its relapses, will ultimately attain ..."

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