Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To come near again.
- To bring near together again.
- v. transitive To approach again or anew.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To approach again or anew.
- re- + approach (Wiktionary)
“And even if you don't agree with the sentiments, you'll come away from the book rethinking your perceptions of the novel and possibly galvanized to reapproach your own work.”
“Now that much of the lending has dried up, investment bankers have to figure out how to reapproach clients.”
“Precision Chief Executive Kevin Neveu said he plans to reapproach Grey Wolf immediately with the same $10-a-share bid that the board rejected last month.”
“It's an attempt to try to reapproach the space station, reexamine those goals, and devise a more affordable system.”
“Nangi was giving her time to collect her thoughts, to reapproach him in the proper manner, to regain the face she had lost.”
“Retrogression, reapproach to a standpoint to which the race has been long habituated in the past, is easier.”
“He had such an air of severity as he said it, that Aleck was not sure whether, after all, he would dare to reapproach him on the subject of the subscription.”
“The minister seemed to have thought more about such matters than she had, and she insensibly receded from her first hasty generalisation of him, and paused to reapproach him on another level.”
“It was little more than ten weeks to the 15th of January, when the comet would begin to reapproach the sun.”
“We just don't want an incident where a bat might bring that chopper down and we are trying to reapproach EPA Queensland to allow us to do something with the shifting of these bats to alleviate this problem because we can't afford either not to have the emergency chopper available to us in times of need.”
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