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  • verb Present participle of rejustify.

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Examples

  • At that point, you have the option to continue wallowing in the bad feelings by rehashing the provocation, rejustifying your position, reopening a new attack on your adversaries, and becoming newly outraged by their unreasonable behavior.

    Stress and the Manager

  • At that point, you have the option to continue wallowing in the bad feelings by rehashing the provocation, rejustifying your position, reopening a new attack on your adversaries, and becoming newly outraged by their unreasonable behavior.

    Stress and the Manager

  • At that point, you have the option to continue wallowing in the bad feelings by rehashing the provocation, rejustifying your position, reopening a new attack on your adversaries, and becoming newly outraged by their unreasonable behavior.

    Stress and the Manager

  • See his account of rejustifying an essay in the paper on a nice day when the guys wanted to be out swimming; but regrettably I've forgotten the name of the essay, now that I've given this spoiler. oh dear god - also from renewamerica this article

    Sadly, No!

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