Definition of Reignition

1. Noun. Process, act or instance of reigniting. ¹



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Definition of Reignition

1. ignition [n -S] - See also: ignition

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reignition

reight
reiglement
reiglements
reign
reign of terror
reigned
reigner
reigners
reigneth
reigning
reigning-in
reignite
reignited
reignites
reigniting
reignition (current term)
reignitions
reigns
reik
reiki
reikis
reiks
reillume
reillumed
reillumes
reilluminate
reilluminated
reilluminates
reilluminating
reillumination

Literary usage of Reignition

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1. Stages to Saturn: A Technological History of the Apollo/Saturn Launch Vehicle by Roger E. Bilstein (1999)
"The IU for the Saturn V functioned just as planned, and reignition of the ... The S-IVB reignition had appeared to be a particularly difficult sequence. ..."

2. Marine Fire Prevention, Firefighting and Fire Safety: A Comprehensive (1994)
"Possibility of reignition. Compared with water carbon dioxide has a very limited cooling capacity. It may not cool the fuel below its ignition temperature, ..."

3. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"This is due to the formation of explosive mixtures of acetylene and air in the time interval between the extinction of the Same and its reignition by the ..."

4. Transactions by American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical, and Petroleum Engineers, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Society of Mining Engineers of AIME., Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration (U.S.). (1916)
"... either of the phosphorous match or Auer Metal type, a method of reignition of course impossible to use with a nonvolatile fuel such as kerosene. ..."

5. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1922)
"... which may relight immediately upon withdrawing the blowpipe away from the test piece or necessitate the reignition of the gases by means of a lighter. ..."

6. Principles of Radio Communication by John Harold Morecroft, A. Pinto, Walter Andrew Curry (1921)
"This excessive voltage may cause a reignition of the arc across a shorter path and interfere with the constancy of the oscillations. ..."

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