Definition of Reoccupying

1. Verb. (present participle of reoccupy) ¹



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Definition of Reoccupying

1. reoccupy [v] - See also: reoccupy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reoccupying

reobjects
reobserve
reobserved
reobserves
reobserving
reobtain
reobtainable
reobtained
reobtaining
reobtains
reoccupation
reoccupations
reoccupied
reoccupies
reoccupy
reoccupying (current term)
reoccur
reoccured
reoccuring
reoccurred
reoccurrence
reoccurrences
reoccurring
reoccurs
reodorant
reodorants
reoffend
reoffended
reoffender
reoffenders

Literary usage of Reoccupying

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1. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1921)
"After reoccupying the Department's Stations in Portuguese East Africa, he proceeded to Madagascar, where he expected to make comparisons of instruments at ..."

2. The Making of Modern Egypt by Auckland Colvin (1906)
"... Sir Evelyn Baring had expressed the opinion that it would be altogether premature to consider the question of reoccupying the Soudan; the military and ..."

3. The Making of Modern Egypt by Auckland Colvin (1906)
"... 1892, Sir Evelyn Baring had expressed the opinion that it would be altogether premature to consider the question of reoccupying the Soudan; the military ..."

4. Beginnings of Rhetoric and Composition: Including Practical Exercises in English by Adams Sherman Hill (1902)
"Siegel and Co. are now reoccupying their former prem- reoccupying their former premises, where they will be pleased to ises, where they shall be pleased ..."

5. Beginnings of Rhetoric and Composition: Including Practical Exercises in English by Adams Sherman Hill (1902)
"Siegel and Co. are now reoccupying their former premises, where they will be pleased to welcome their former patrons. " Why don't they carry away the ..."

6. Annual Register by Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797, Edmund Burke (1888)
"Special objection was taken to the clause which secured to Great Britain the right of reoccupying the country, and to the very indefinite guarantees offered ..."

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