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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reexperience.

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Examples

  • With practice this routine can help build resistance to both current and reexperienced stress.

    American Yoga Association Beginner’s Manual Fully Revised and Updated

  • With practice this routine can help build resistance to both current and reexperienced stress.

    American Yoga Association Beginner’s Manual Fully Revised and Updated

  • He reexperienced his gambling mania and his feelings of uselessness after retiring, but this soon passed because it was the 1940s and he was running the bar and grill again.

    Middlesex

  • Alun-Jones at the University of Cambridge, England, showed that patients who had been symptom-free on an allergy-free diet reexperienced symptoms when food allergens were reintroduced.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Irritable bowel syndrome patients on allergy-free diets reexperienced symptoms when allergens were reintroduced see p.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Alun-Jones at the University of Cambridge, England, showed that patients who had been symptom-free on an allergy-free diet reexperienced symptoms when food allergens were reintroduced.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • Irritable bowel syndrome patients on allergy-free diets reexperienced symptoms when allergens were reintroduced see p.

    The Best Alternative Medicine

  • And so it was that at the cusp of her childhood, she suddenly reexperienced all of her life till then, only in reverse, with the result clear in her mind, thinking backward and backward, discovering the true causes of everything.

    Pastwatch, the Redemtion of Christopher Columbus

  • When this occurs, the person repeatedly displays the characteristic symptoms of psychological trauma—trembling of the hands, preoccupation with possible recurrences of danger, and terrifying nightmares and intrusive daytime visions in which traumatic events are reexperienced Horowitz, 1976; Janis, 1951.

    Handbook of Stress

  • His mind fluttered and thoughts wavered for a moment while he briefly reexperienced the near-forgotten sensation of swimming in a dark blue lake.

    The I Inside

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