Definition of Reinvoking

1. reinvoke [v] - See also: reinvoke



Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinvoking

reinvigoration
reinvigorations
reinvigorator
reinvigorators
reinvite
reinvited
reinvites
reinviting
reinvoice
reinvoiced
reinvoices
reinvoicing
reinvoke
reinvoked
reinvokes
reinvoking (current term)
reinvolve
reinvolved
reinvolves
reinvolving
reionisation
reionisations
reionise
reionised
reionises
reionising
reionization
reionizations
reionize
reionized

Literary usage of Reinvoking

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

1. Test Case: Italy, Ethiopia, and the League of Nations by George W. Baer (1976)
"The machinery of the committee, he said, was still available to the disputants, if they wanted to use it.30 Grandi was behind the idea of reinvoking the ..."

2. Mythical Bards and The Life of William Wallace by William Henry Schofield (1920)
"He upheld them as poetry, not as science, as feigning not as fact, thus reinvoking the imaginative daemon to whom they owed their first creation. ..."

3. Mythical Bards and The Life of William Wallace by William Henry Schofield (1920)
"He upheld them as poetry, not as science, as feigning not as fact, thus reinvoking the imaginative daemon to whom ..."

4. Modern France, 1789-1895 by André Lebon (1901)
"His fresh song, the melodious utterance of an ardent and noble soul reinvoking a bygone beautiful, happy age, forms a strong contrast to the sombre and ..."

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