Definitions

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  • noun Process, act or instance of reigniting.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ ignition, by analogy with reignite.

Examples

  • That's why the reignition of the revolution in Egypt, the pivot of the Arab world, has the potential not only to accelerate the democratisation of the country itself but change the dynamic across the region – and strike a blow against the hydra-headed attempts to stifle its renaissance.twitter.com/@seumasmilne

    Egypt has halted the drive to derail the Arab revolution | Seumas Milne

  • "What you're seeing is the reignition of the rally that drove us to $87," said Gene McGillian, an analyst with Tradition Energy in Stamford, Conn.

    Crude Prices Rise as Oil Inventories Fall

  • For the same reason, reignition of production does not result in the immediate rehire of millions of furloughed workers.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Job Losses

  • And Latinos are less likely to be peeled off by a reignition of the culture wars.

    Obama Spanish-Language Ad Ties McCain To Anti-Immigrant Limbaugh

  • It is in a state of paralysis and people believe, people who are working this situation as I have been told by western diplomats, that this could head to a reignition of the '75 civil war, because the one million Sunnis there are not going to just stand by and say, here, Hezbollah, have the country.

    CNN Transcript May 13, 2008

  • Today, tonight, it's Patti Labelle, and what she calls her reignition.

    CNN Transcript Jul 5, 2008

  • African nations have little track record of success in forcing out dictators or ending bloodshed -- witness the reignition of war in eastern Congo near the Rwandan border in recent weeks.

    Turning Against Comrade Bob

  • I except General Electric because its power-generation cycle is showing signs of reignition.

    Bernanke's Gin Rummy Game

  • Rwanda refused to confirm or deny the reported incursion, which raised fears of reignition of a devastating six-nation, five-year central African war that started with the 1998 Rwandan invasion of

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • One of the things that I hope I can contribute to during this visit to Europe, is the reignition of talks that will lead to

    Australia and the EU After Helsinki: A Strengthening Relationship

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