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  • verb Present participle of reconsign.

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Examples

  • He was there to repeat the required prayers when the remains were reconsigned to the mausoleum.

    Holly Would Dream

  • He was there to repeat the required prayers when the remains were reconsigned to the mausoleum.

    Holly Would Dream

  • But, the airing of the old facts had led some one concerned to suggest that it would be well before they were reconsigned to their gloomy shelf — now probably for ever — to induce or compel that Mr Julius Handford to reappear and be questioned.

    Our Mutual Friend

  • This keeps them looking honest, even if the shipment should be reconsigned to country Y once it has crossed their border.

    The Guns of Avalon

  • To introduce a comic element, the devil was made to appear with horns, hoof, and tail, to figure with grotesque malignity throughout the play, and to be reconsigned at the close to his dark abode by the divine power.

    English Literature, Considered as an Interpreter of English History Designed as a Manual of Instruction

  • In a few minutes we were comfortably rigged out for our farther journey; the box, in which my brother packed up the stones, was then reconsigned to our home address.

    From John O'Groats to Land's End

  • In that event, it would be requisite, if those States were to be retained at all as part of the Union, that they should be reconsigned to the Territorial condition, or otherwise governed still by the central authority.

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 5, No. 1, January, 1864

  • With the aid of Jennings they carried the vase into the library and there it was uncrated, while Kennedy continued to question the man with the book, without eliciting any further information than that he thought it had been reconsigned from another express company.

    The Romance of Elaine Sequel to "Exploits of Elaine"

  • And I was forthwith reconsigned to the charge of my mother and her attendant, while he went to the surgeon to get his wounds dressed.

    Ben Burton Born and Bred at Sea

  • But, the airing of the old facts had led some one concerned to suggest that it would be well before they were reconsigned to their gloomy shelf -- now probably for ever -- to induce or compel that

    Our Mutual Friend

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