Definitions

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  • adjective Addicted again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ addicted

Examples

  • But as soon as oil prices started falling in the late 1980s and early 1990s, we let Detroit get us readdicted to gas guzzlers, and the price steadily crept back up to where it is today.

    Truth or Consequences « Isegoria

  • But as soon as oil prices started falling in the late 1980s and early 1990s, we let Detroit get us readdicted to gas guzzlers, and the price steadily crept back up to where it is today.

    May « 2008 « Isegoria

  • When I had to go back to the States for two weeks I quickly became readdicted to US-style burritos, my favorites being the gigantic ones stuffed with meat, beans, rice, salsa, cheese, onions, tomato, lettuce and avocado and then covered with a creamed version of enchilada sauce and melted cheese, guacamole and sour cream.

    Burritos? Never heard of them.

  • Among her most significant findings was the fact that while many soldiers (about one in five in her sample) had become addicted to narcotics there, the vast majority of them (some 88 percent) had chucked their habits and had not become readdicted three years later.

    Soldiers of Misfortune

  • Among her most significant findings was the fact that while many soldiers (about one in five in her sample) had become addicted to narcotics there, the vast majority of them (some 88 percent) had chucked their habits and had not become readdicted three years later.

    Soldiers of Misfortune

  • "I was treated two times in Pakistan, but for one month, I've been readdicted."

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  • "I was treated two times in Pakistan, but for one month, I've been readdicted."

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