Definitions

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  • verb transitive To attract again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ attract

Examples

  • "The industry's stocks have been devalued to such a point that we need to reattract investor interest," said Richard O'Brien , chief executive of Newmont, which is second only to Barrick in terms of production.

    Gold Miners Wield Dividend in ETF Fight

  • "The industry's stocks have been devalued to such a point that we need to reattract investor interest," said Richard O'Brien , chief executive of Newmont, which is second only to Barrick in terms of production.

    Gold Miners Wield Dividend in ETF Fight

  • The re-forming of this bond is the reason why Shri Ram and Sita Devi and Bhagavan Shri Krishna and His many friends came to Earth to reattract us in the first place.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • The re-forming of this bond is the reason why Shri Ram and Sita Devi and Bhagavan Shri Krishna and His many friends came to Earth to reattract us in the first place.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • The re-forming of this bond is the reason why Shri Ram and Sita Devi and Bhagavan Shri Krishna and His many friends came to Earth to reattract us in the first place.

    Spiritual Teachings of the Avatar

  • She was simply trying to reattract the attention of her husband whom she dearly loved, as she grew older and believed that he was "straying" from the marriage.

    June 2009

  • She was simply trying to reattract the attention of her husband whom she dearly loved, as she grew older and believed that he was "straying" from the marriage.

    Desperate for Beauty

  • She was simply trying to reattract the attention of her husband whom she dearly loved, as she grew older and believed that he was "straying" from the marriage.

    Desperate for Beauty

  • She was simply trying to reattract the attention of her husband whom she dearly loved, as she grew older and believed that he was "straying" from the marriage.

    Being Female

  • She was simply trying to reattract the attention of her husband whom she dearly loved, as she grew older and believed that he was "straying" from the marriage.

    Culture of Abuse

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