Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reaccumulate.
  • adjective Produced by reaccumulation

Etymologies

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re- +‎ accumulated

Examples

  • The left lung showed that some air had reaccumulated, meaning the leak in the left lung has not healed.

    Tim Ellsworth

  • The film that is taken right away shows the fluid has reaccumulated and in fact is worse than it ever was.

    Between Expectations

  • The film that is taken right away shows the fluid has reaccumulated and in fact is worse than it ever was.

    Between Expectations

  • The urine rapidly reaccumulated, and the cavity was then laid freely open.

    Surgical Experiences in South Africa, 1899-1900 Being Mainly a Clinical Study of the Nature and Effects of Injuries Produced by Bullets of Small Calibre

  • Others, unable, while they still lived, to face the thought of nothingness, inflated by some spiritual wind, and thinking always of their individual forms, called out unceasingly that those selves of theirs would and must survive this word -- that in some fashion, which no man could understand, each self-conscious entity reaccumulated after distribution.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • Others, unable, while they still lived, to face the thought of nothingness, inflated by some spiritual wind, and thinking always of their individual forms, called out unceasingly that those selves of theirs would and must survive this word -- that in some fashion, which no man could understand, each self-conscious entity reaccumulated after distribution.

    Fraternity

  • 'Certainly, sir, certainly,' replied Buckram, again letting loose a reaccumulated rush of silver down his pocket.

    Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour

  • As the Earth alternately cooled then warmed, great sheets of glacial ice thousands of feet thick accumulated, then melted, then reaccumulated in synchronous cycles.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • As the Earth alternately cooled then warmed, great sheets of glacial ice thousands of feet thick accumulated, then melted, then reaccumulated in synchronous cycles.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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