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  • n. inoculation again or anew

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Inoculation a second time or subsequently.


re- +‎ inoculation (Wiktionary)


  • Others I can inoculate with my optimism, but the effect passes quickly, and each succeeding reinoculation has been less and less effective, with the monotonous questioning, ever more sardonic in tone: "How can you be deluded by the official bulletins?" or: "What do you know about war, to make you so cocksure?"

    New York Times Current History; The European War, Vol 2, No. 5, August, 1915

  • The surprising finding of the analysis is of the "reinoculation" of the plumes, where methane-eating microbe population sizes exploded over the site of the well disaster, and then drifted with currents. News


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