Definition of Reerects

1. Verb. (third-person singular of reerect) ¹



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Definition of Reerects

1. reerect [v] - See also: reerect

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reerects

reenverse
reenvision
reenvisioned
reenvisioning
reenvisionings
reenvisions
reequip
reequipment
reequipments
reequipped
reequipping
reequips
reerect
reerected
reerecting
reerects (current term)
reermouse
rees
reescalate
reescalated
reescalates
reescalating
reescalation
reescalations
reest
reestablish
reestablished
reestablisher
reestablishers
reestablishes

Literary usage of Reerects

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

1. Bergson and Personal Realism by Ralph Tyler Flewelling (1920)
"In the second place, any form of imperson- alism reerects the closed system of necessity. The one essential of freedom is contingency, the power of choice, ..."

2. The Other Room by Lyman Abbott (1903)
"reerects the tent, and puts her in it. He meets the boy borne on the open bier. The two strange processions meet — the one a jubilant throng flocking after ..."

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