reacclimating

Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reacclimate.

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Examples

  • She didn't want to have to leave the house because moving and reacclimating would be such a hassle.

    All God's Creatures

  • The rest of the time, she woke from her nap groggy and disoriented, and the process of reacclimating to the day would debit another hour from her useful life.

    Cold Case

  • The rest of the time, she woke from her nap groggy and disoriented, and the process of reacclimating to the day would debit another hour from her useful life.

    Cold Case

  • The rest of the time, she woke from her nap groggy and disoriented, and the process of reacclimating to the day would debit another hour from her useful life.

    Cold Case

  • The rest of the time, she woke from her nap groggy and disoriented, and the process of reacclimating to the day would debit another hour from her useful life.

    Cold Case

  • Slowly she began reacclimating herself to driving a car, gauging traffic speed, taking showers, and having noise around her virtually all the time.

    The Silicon Mage

  • Still, there will be a lengthy process for losing the rust and reacclimating to the pace of the game.

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  • They would have liked it if they had spent the preseason reacclimating themselves to a healthy Arenas and center Brendan Haywood and working on developing chemistry with new teammates Mike Miller and Randy Foye.

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