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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinhabit.

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Examples

  • A strong, proud sister of his own kingdom, it had been reduced to ruins that had never been reinhabited save by wild animals.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • A strong, proud sister of his own kingdom, it had been reduced to ruins that had never been reinhabited save by wild animals.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • A strong, proud sister of his own kingdom, it had been reduced to ruins that had never been reinhabited save by wild animals.

    LEGENDS OF THE DRAGONREALM

  • Compared to Earth this story backs off a little on the eco-catastrophe that he predicted: in this story parts of Washington are just being reinhabited after a terrorist attack and the zeppelins are a response to the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in long-distance travel.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Compared to Earth this story backs off a little on the eco-catastrophe that he predicted: in this story parts of Washington are just being reinhabited after a terrorist attack and the zeppelins are a response to the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in long-distance travel.

    "The Smartest Mob..." by David Brin

  • The homes that will be reinhabited are still contaminated, still unsafe.

    History of Love Canal

  • About A.D. 500 people reinhabited the area and farmed there until sometime between A.D. 700 and 850, when a second eruption dumped more pumice followed by pyroclastic surges -- steam, gases, and volcanic material moving along the ground -- and massive lahars, mudflows laced with volcanic debris, that flattened anything in their path.

    Godzilla's Attacking Babylon!

  • Geology gives us a very long margin of time since the north-west quadrant began to be reinhabited by human beings after the Ice Age, and assumed approximately its present distribution of land and water.

    The Unity of Civilization

  • It was thrown aside, on to the bench, under the bush, to sit there, waiting to be reinhabited.

    Triumph of the Egg, and Other Stories

  • John Wilkes; Sir Richard Steele and 'his dear Prue' reinhabited their house, and Dr. Johnson worked at the furnaces in the cellars where

    The Life of the Rt. Hon. Sir Charles W. Dilke, Volume 2

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