Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To assume or take again; resume.
- v. To resume, to carry on (a practice, thought, occupation etc.) again.
- v. To take on or adopt again.
- v. To take back into one's possession.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To assume again or anew; to resume.
- v. take on again, as after a time lapse
- From re- + assume. (Wiktionary)
“You can reassume the fetal position, Korea and Iran are still working on developing nuclear capabilities, and we still have the same risks of terrorist acquiring weapons of mass destruction.”
“When asked directly if he was eager to reassume the role, Page refused to engage.”
“The court ruled that the Germans did not need to have troops on the ground for an occupation to be in effect, and that since they had the capacity to easily re-enter the territory and reassume control they were still occupying the territory in question.”
“The people who want to reassume control of our party, the GOP, need to do exactly what you and FJG are talking about.”
“The White House should ask him to reassume his position! aware”
“As the Iranian regime and Maliki keenly await another opportunity to perpetrate more crimes against Ashraf residents, the US is duty-bound to reassume their protection in line with its obligations under the Fourth Geneva Convention.”
“McCain, who visited the Libyan city of Benghazi last week, said the United States should reassume a leadership role in the NATO coalition on Libya.”
“Senior linebackers Nate Williams (shoulder surgery) and Quentin Davie (foot) did little during spring ball, but they'll be ready to reassume their starting jobs in the fall.”
“-- Senior linebackers Nate Williams (shoulder surgery) and Quentin Davie (foot) did little during spring ball, but they'll be ready to reassume their starting jobs in the fall.”
“Expect the phrase Lizard-Boy to reassume a central role in the national lexicon soon.”
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