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  • verb transitive To infiltrate again.


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re- +‎ infiltrate


  • From the ludicrous ballot measure in Oklahoma to "protect" that state from sharia law to legislation in Tennessee meant to reinfiltrate creationism into science classes to gay marriage hysteria to attacks on funding for family planning in the name of saving "babies" even "babies" who consist of just one cell, these efforts all have one thing in common: they exploit religious fears to elect officials who serve the interests of the superwealthy.

    Clay Farris Naff: How The Very Rich Use Old-Time Religion To Restore Feudalism

  • Iran has trained and armed Shiite extremists who fled from Baghdad, Basra and Maysan, and who will seek to reinfiltrate and destabilize those areas.

    Iraq's Remarkable Election

  • That as the Israeli forces withdraw, Hezbollah will not be allowed to reinfiltrate.

    CNN Transcript Sep 4, 2006

  • And if Israel withdraws, doesn't hang on to those positions, it's easy for Hezbollah to reinfiltrate some of those areas that Israel has cleared them out of.

    CNN Transcript Aug 1, 2006

  • The captured pillboxes were either blown up by engineer demolition squads or locked and covered up with dirt by tank dozers to prevent the enemy from reoccupying them should he reinfiltrate the position.

    Steel Victory

  • That's basically -- the best thing they could do right now is just to find people who maybe have defected from bin Laden's organization or people who have been in contact with him before and have them reinfiltrate back into the country.

    CNN Transcript Oct 3, 2001

  • The Chechens gained the breathing space they needed to rebuild their forces and reinfiltrate their own territory.

    Chechnya: How Russia Lost

  • In the coming weeks and months, the Taliban will reinfiltrate and launch attacks.

    Home | Mail Online

  • In the coming weeks and months, the Taliban will reinfiltrate and launch attacks.

    Home | Mail Online

  • "My sense is that the Taliban will reinfiltrate in due course as the Afghan government fails to live up to the modest expectations NATO has of it," says Mervyn Patterson, a former U.N. political affairs expert in Afghanistan.

    The Shad Plank


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