Definition of Reinfects

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



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Definition of Reinfects

1. reinfect [v] - See also: reinfect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinfects

reindustrialized
reindustrializes
reindustrializing
reined
reinerite
reinette
reinettes
reinfarction
reinfect
reinfected
reinfecting
reinfection
reinfection tuberculosis
reinfections
reinfectious
reinfects (current term)
reinfestation
reinfestations
reinfiltrate
reinfiltrated
reinfiltrates
reinfiltrating
reinflame
reinflamed
reinflames
reinflaming
reinflate
reinflated
reinflates
reinflating

Literary usage of Reinfects

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1. Proceedings by Philadelphia County Medical Society (1900)
"... the seaboard ' Away from the daily contact of the thing—that little microscopic thing that reinfects and undermines the strongest lungs ; that finds its ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"... amazed by the ease with which RS virus reinfects adults who have high concentrations of naturally acquired neutralizing antibodies in the serum and in ..."

3. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1905)
"The patient loses iiis 58 per cent. chance for arrest of the disease by an open- air life, constantly reinfects himself because he does not know how to ..."

4. Report. by Henry Phipps Institute (1906)
"... as a possible avenue through which the tubercle bacillus again reinfects the tissues. Number of cases autopsied, 88 Number of cases autopsied, 143. ..."

5. A Handbook of Rice Seedborne Fungi by T. W. Mew, P. Gonzales (2002)
"Disease and infection cycles Figure 2 shows how seedborne inoculum reinfects the seed during the development of a disease epidemic: seedborne inoculum ..."

6. A Handbook of Rice Seedborne Fungi by T. W. Mew, P. Gonzales (2002)
"Disease and infection cycles Figure 2 shows how seedborne inoculum reinfects the seed during the development of a disease epidemic: seedborne inoculum ..."

7. The Care of the Baby: A Manual for Mothers and Nurses Containing Practical by John Price Crozer Griffith (1915)
"Treatment consists in great cleanliness, since the child constantly reinfects itself, and in the injection every other night for a week or two of as much of ..."

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