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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of reconduct.

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Examples

  • In his loving kindness, Mercury, who conducts and reconducts the souls, has restored to me that which a hostile hand had cut away.

    Satyricon

  • He reconducts him to the field of battle; rallies, during the night, more than twelve thousand men; harangues them in the name of God; cites Moses, Gideon, and Joshua; renews the battle at daybreak against the victorious royalist army, and completely defeats it.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Peace abroad and at home are then only known; then only loved; till at length the same priest reconducts the goddess, satiated with mortal intercourse, to her temple.

    The Germany and the Agricola of Tacitus

  • In his loving kindness, Mercury, who conducts and reconducts the souls, has restored to me that which a hostile hand had cut away.

    The Satyricon — Complete

  • In his loving kindness, Mercury, who conducts and reconducts the souls, has restored to me that which a hostile hand had cut away.

    The Satyricon — Volume 05: Crotona Affairs

  • They go not to war; they touch no arms; fast laid up is every hostile weapon; peace and repose are then only known, then only beloved, till to the temple the same priest reconducts the Goddess when well tired with the conversation of mortal beings.

    Tacitus on Germany

  • They go not to war; they touch no arms; fast laid up is every hostile weapon; peace and repose are then only known, then only beloved, till to the temple the same priest reconducts the Goddess when well tired with the conversation of mortal beings.

    The Reign of Tiberius, Out of the First Six Annals of Tacitus; With His Account of Germany, and Life of Agricola

  • They go not to war; they touch no arms; fast laid up is every hostile weapon; peace and repose are then only known, then only beloved, till to the temple the same priest reconducts the Goddess when well tired with the conversation of mortal beings.

    Germany

  • Again he flies to Italy, and again his brother discovers him, and reconducts him to his parents.

    Literary Character of Men of Genius Drawn from Their Own Feelings and Confessions

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