Definition of Reobtaining

1. Verb. (present participle of reobtain) ¹



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Definition of Reobtaining

1. reobtain [v] - See also: reobtain

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reobtaining

renvoys
reny
renying
reo
reobject
reobjected
reobjecting
reobjects
reobserve
reobserved
reobserves
reobserving
reobtain
reobtainable
reobtained
reobtaining (current term)
reobtains
reoccupation
reoccupations
reoccupied
reoccupies
reoccupy
reoccupying
reoccur
reoccured
reoccuring
reoccurred
reoccurrence
reoccurrences
reoccurring

Literary usage of Reobtaining

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

1. Collections of the New York Historical Society for the Year by New-York Historical Society (1876)
"... but the Permanency of that Corps having since become less probable, Mr Black has express'd his Desire of reobtaining, if possible, ..."

2. The Works of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1905)
"There has been a constant hope of reobtaining the navigation by negociation, & no endeavors have been spared. Congress has not thought it expedient as yet ..."

3. An Introduction to the Study of Jurisprudence: Being a Translation of the by Anton Friedrich Justus Thibaut, Nathaniel Lindley Lindley (1855)
"... (mentioned in § 234) was applicable for the purpose of reobtaining the possession of moveables in those cases in which the actio furti, ..."

4. The History of Scotland, from the Year 1423 Until the Year 1542: Containing by William Drummond (1655)
"... her Princely Woer reobtaining her health ( her body as it were following the Temperature of her Spirit, or that it appeared to her felf and her Father ..."

5. Manual of Biblical Archaeology by Carl Friedrich Keil, Peter Christie, Alexander Cusin, Frederick Crombie (1887)
"... where either a violation of law had to be atoned for, or when it was a question of reobtaining theocratic privileges which had been lost. ..."

6. Life of the Lady Arabella Stuart by A. Murray Smith (1889)
"... as both yourself and by means of any that you take to be my friends or pity me, to labour the reobtaining of his Majesty's favour to me. ..."

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