Definition of Reprovisioning

1. reprovision [v] - See also: reprovision



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reprovisioning

reprovable
reproval
reprovals
reprove
reproveable
reproved
reprover
reprovers
reproves
reprovest
reproveth
reproving
reprovingly
reprovision
reprovisioned
reprovisioning (current term)
reprovisionment
reprovisions
reprune
repruned
reprunes
repruning
repryve
repryved
repryves
repryving
repræsent
repræsentation
repræsentations
repræsented

Literary usage of Reprovisioning

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1. History of the War in South Africa, 1899-1902 by Great Britain War Office, John Frederick Maurice, Maurice Harold Grant (1907)
"Moreover, in the face of White's telegram, the reprovisioning of Ladysmith became a matter of supreme importance. The river was high. ..."

2. The War for the Rhine Frontier, 1870: Its Political and Military History by Wilhelm Rüstow, John Layland Needham (1872)
"If free intercourse was to be permitted during this time between Paris and the country, with a view to reprovisioning the former, Bismark again demanded a ..."

3. The Cambridge Modern History by Adolphus William Ward, George Walter Prothero (1907)
"... it was the same at Candia ; and on July 19, disconsolate and baffled, he was back at Syracuse for the purpose of reprovisioning and watering his ships. ..."

4. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1916)
"... the belligerents of the Germanic group have redoubled their efforts to ease the pressure which encircles them and to open the channel of reprovisioning; ..."

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