Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • To involve anew.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To involve anew.

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  • verb transitive To involve again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ involve

Examples

  • Soccer players do not go all out for more than 10-20 seconds at a time whereby play slows down and the player returns to a jog to relax for a short while until they reinvolve themselves in the action.

    Lean Left » Blog Archive » Why Americans Don’t Like Soccer

  • Is the United States Congress, the House and the Senate, prepared to take on their -- actually, their Constitutional as well as historic duties and reinvolve themselves in trade policies and treaties rather than simply give a rubber stamp to fast-track authority and have a-- turn that over to the administration?

    CNN Transcript Dec 3, 2004

  • The feat for a writer is to produce a piece of writing so strong that the reader, after putting the book down at a chapter break where he normally does, will want to come back to it and reinvolve himself in its world, in essence, putting in the effort to start again.

    The First Five Pages

  • The feat for a writer is to produce a piece of writing so strong that the reader, after putting the book down at a chapter break where he normally does, will want to come back to it and reinvolve himself in its world, in essence, putting in the effort to start again.

    The First Five Pages

  • The feat for a writer is to produce a piece of writing so strong that the reader, after putting the book down at a chapter break where he normally does, will want to come back to it and reinvolve himself in its world, in essence, putting in the effort to start again.

    The First Five Pages

  • O let them not bring about their damned designs that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of Thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing.

    Life of John Milton

  • O let them not bring about their damned designs that stand now at the entrance of the bottomless pit, expecting the watchword to open and let out those dreadful locusts and scorpions to reinvolve us in that pitchy cloud of infernal darkness, where we shall never more see the sun of Thy truth again, never hope for the cheerful dawn, never more hear the bird of morning sing.

    Life of John Milton

  • England, might soon reinvolve her in hostilities with that country and with Scotland; and it consequently became a point of policy with her to animate by means of military spectacles, graced with her royal presence and encouragement, the warlike preparations of her subjects.

    Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth

  • As architects, planners, and engineers, we have a civic obligation to reinvolve ourselves in the design of infrastructure initiatives, just as we did more than a half-century ago.

    Archpaper.com - News Channel

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