Definitions

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  • verb transitive To interest again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ interest

Examples

  • There's been a recent flurry of reinterest in the effect of the cat parasite toxoplasma gondii on human personality - see also PDF of related SciAm article.

    Mind Hacks: 2005-06-17 Spike activity

  • There's been a recent flurry of reinterest in the effect of the cat parasite toxoplasma gondii on human personality - see also PDF of related SciAm article.

    Mind Hacks: June 2005 Archives

  • That said, anyone know how we can reinterest the masses in science, objectivity, and facts?

    Well, You're All Just a Bunch of [Insert Incredibly Unfair Epithet Here]

  • Through the window of the departing car, Frank and I saw the mysterious thing in silhouette — slightly slumped against Ernst, and bigger than him, and tilting away from Arbeiter, whose arm was ineffectually wrapped around it, as if he were hopelessly trying to reinterest a lover who was leaning toward someone else.

    The Hotel New Hampshire

  • The shootout, for example, was adopted after the lockout of 2004-5 to help spark reinterest in the N.H.L., but it remains a gimmick that decides games 'outcomes.

    NYT > Home Page

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