Definition of Replan

1. Verb. To plan again; to make a different plan ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Replan

1. plan [v -PLANNED, -PLANNING, -PLANS] - See also: plan

Lexicographical Neighbors of Replan

replacement bone
replacement cost
replacement fibrosis
replacement therapy
replacement vector
replacements
replacer
replacers
replaces
replacing
replacive
replait
replaited
replaiting
replaits
replan (current term)
replanned
replanning
replans
replant
replantable
replantation
replantations
replanted
replanting
replants
replaster
replastered
replastering
replasters

Literary usage of Replan

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

1. Replanning Small Cities: Six Typical Studies by John Nolen (1912)
"The emphasis, it would seem, needs to be placed less on the original plan, notwithstanding its importance, and more on replan- ning. ..."

2. New Ideals in the Planning of Cities, Towns and Villages by John Nolen (1919)
"The gravest neglect is the failure to replan and replan to meet increased demands, to readjust and readjust, ..."

3. San Diego, a Comprehensive Plan for Its Improvement by John Nolen (1908)
"The gravest neglect is right here,— the failure to replan and replan, to readjust and readjust, to constantly use art and skill and foresight to remodel ..."

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