reacceptance

Definitions

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  • noun Acceptance again of something previously rejected.

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Examples

  • Mr. Wylder is about to reappear, and has despatched these heralds of his approach, no doubt suitably freighted, to plead for his reacceptance into favour.

    Wylder's Hand

  • So that for the magazine writer just was too good to let go as a hook, as a story that symbolized my reacceptance among many African-Americans as a person.

    The Anatomy of Racial Inequality

  • If Jerry Lewis has had Seven Ages in his career-the Dean years; the Paramount boy-auteurist years; the pill-addled years of financial and spiritual ruin; the Scorsese-directed resurrection of The King of Comedy; his reacceptance as the Tony Bennett of yuks; and finally, The Nutty Professor franchise being taken over by Eddie Murphy-just where exactly is Jerry Lewis now?

    The Professor's Still Nutty

  • If Jerry Lewis has had Seven Ages in his career-the Dean years; the Paramount boy-auteurist years; the pill-addled years of financial and spiritual ruin; the Scorsese-directed resurrection of The King of Comedy; his reacceptance as the Tony Bennett of yuks; and finally, The Nutty Professor franchise being taken over by Eddie Murphy-just where exactly is Jerry Lewis now?

    The Professor's Still Nutty

  • South Africa's reacceptance into the international community has made it possible to pursue outward-oriented policies with the goal of increased international competitiveness.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • This step was made possible by the improvement in the underlying financial situation, including the increase in our foreign exchange reserve holdings, the continued convergence between the commercial and financial rand exchange rates, the reacceptance of South Africa as a full member of the international community and good progress with political and economic reform in the country.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • With the powerful backing of Russia, Austria could force the hand of Prussia into reacceptance of the old order of things.

    A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year Volume Two (of Three)

  • If it may only impress the greatness of Mr. Jefferson, strengthen a belief in his doctrines and hasten their reacceptance in the land of his creation; or incline the doubting towards a university training — perchance at her shrine — and refresh youthful years there enjoyed, it will not have been written in vain.

    The University of Virginia

  • The instinct born of generations of tradition compels a facile reacceptance.

    The Mountebank

  • Mr. Wylder is about to reappear, and has despatched these heralds of his approach, no doubt suitably freighted, to plead for his reacceptance into favour.

    Wylder's Hand

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