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  • verb Present participle of reinvite.

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Examples

  • That may be a little premature since the football presidents who vote on expansion seem split on the idea of reinviting a team the league had dropped, and it is likely that Philly rival Villanova, which has as-yet-unrealized dreams of upgrading to the bowl subdivision, may offer resistance.

    NY Daily News

  • In reinviting Vilks, Uppsala University said: "Violence and threats of violence cannot be allowed to silence people, not on campus or elsewhere."

    Why reinvited Swedish 'Muhammad' artist continues to make news

  • IAEA out and reinviting them back in again whenever they please or whenever they obtain gains for this, exploiting all this mess created by the indecisiveness and by the inability of states to reach an understanding first with reality, then among themselves.

    ArmsControlWonk

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