Definition of Reestimating

1. reestimate [v] - See also: reestimate



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reestimating

reestablishing
reestablishment
reestablisht
reestate
reestated
reestates
reestating
reested
reesterified
reesterify
reestier
reestiest
reestimate
reestimated
reestimates
reestimating (current term)
reesting
reests
reesty
reet
reet canny
reevaluate
reevaluated
reevaluates
reevaluating
reevaluation
reevaluations
reevaporate
reeve
reeved

Literary usage of Reestimating

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1. Defense Policy in the Reagan Administration edited by William P. Snyder, James Brown (1997)
"It was widely conceded that this reduction could be accommodated largely through reestimating and stretching out spending. Congressional cuts have been in ..."

2. Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1864)
"No interposition of a jury was ever allowed, except in the country, for the purpose of reestimating the damages and revising in part the location of the way ..."

3. Forest Owners' Guide to the Federal Income Tax by William C. Siegel, William L. Hoover, Harry L. Haney, Jr., Karen Liu (1996)
"In the case of a timber sale, the growth determination can easily be made by reestimating the total volume of merchantable timber present on the tract at ..."

4. The Work of the Teacher by Sheldon Emmor Davis (1918)
"It is easier to take the already formed estimate of a child than to keep reestimating him every few days. Unconsciously the teacher reads into the work of a ..."

5. Poverty, Household Food Security, and Nutrition in Rural Pakistan by Harold Alderman, Marito Garcia (1993)
"A further perspective on savings out of transitory income can be derived by distinguishing positive from negative income shocks and reestimating the ..."

6. The Work of the Teacher by Sheldon Emmor Davis (1921)
"It is easier to take the already formed estimate of a child than to keep reestimating him every few days. Unconsciously the teacher reads into the work of a ..."

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