Definition of Reinvoked
1. reinvoke [v] - See also: reinvoke
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinvoked
Literary usage of Reinvoked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of the Presidency by Edward Stanwood (1916)
"Party spirit was reinvoked in the administration of the second Adams ; but he refused to punish with dismissal officers who placed themselves in opposition ..."
2. England and Germany, 1740-1914 by Bernadotte Everly Schmitt (1916)
"... War of 1812 between England and the United States; but that policy has not been reinvoked in the somewhat similar conditions of a hundred years later. ..."
3. The Role of Federal Military Forces in Domestic Disorders, 1789-1878 by Robert W. Coakley (1996)
"Rather, it was reinvoked in the Reconstruction Era to permit federal officials and Radical regimes in the South means of securing military assistance ..."
4. The Methodist Review (1855)
"The Epworth ghost of course reappears in this work—"old Jeffrey" being reinvoked to furnish the author with an occasion to philosophize upon the occult ..."
5. Prison Slavery by Barbara Esposito, Lee Wood, Kathryn Bardsley (1982)
"... abolitionists' sole purpose was abolition of chattel slavery and their call for human equality reinvoked the best spirit of the American Revolution. ..."
6. The British Controversialist and Literary Magazine (1863)
"... Reid and Kant, this representative of philosophical scholarship reinvoked " the clearest intellect that ever illuminated the world,"to illustrate again ..."