Definitions

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  • verb To knit again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ knit

Examples

  • Trying mightily to reknit the coalition that sent him to the White House, Obama was reaching out to Latino voters, college students, women and others as he sought to boost the candidacies of key congressional allies whose success or failure on Election Day will help determine the fate of his own agenda.

    Obama In Los Angeles: President Campaigns For Boxer At USC

  • Trying mightily to reknit the coalition that sent him to the White House, Obama was reaching out to Latino voters, college students, women and others as he sought to boost the candidacies of key congressional allies whose success or failure on Election Day will help determine the fate of his own agenda.

    Obama In Los Angeles: President Campaigns For Boxer At USC

  • Bones cracked and reknit themselves, filling the room with a sound like oaks creaking in a hurricane.

    Crossed

  • Bones cracked and reknit themselves, filling the room with a sound like oaks creaking in a hurricane.

    Crossed

  • Trying mightily to reknit the coalition that sent him to the White House, Obama was reaching out to Latino voters, college students, women and others as he sought to boost the candidacies of key congressional allies whose success or failure on Election Day will help determine the fate of his own agenda.

    Obama In Los Angeles: President Campaigns For Boxer At USC

  • Of course, CSAs are just one piece in a patchwork of solutions to reknit regional foodsheds, but more importantly they exemplify the value of community that undergirds a climate-friendly food system.

    Anna Lappe: 3 Pillars of a Food Revolution

  • By the time they wheeled him into the OR, his bones had already started to reknit, much to the amazement of the medical staff, who were then forced to rebreak and set the radius and ulna of both forearms.

    Masked

  • By the time they wheeled him into the OR, his bones had already started to reknit, much to the amazement of the medical staff, who were then forced to rebreak and set the radius and ulna of both forearms.

    Masked

  • Of course, CSAs are just one piece in a patchwork of solutions to reknit regional foodsheds, but more importantly they exemplify the value of community that undergirds a climate-friendly food system.

    Anna Lappe: 3 Pillars of a Food Revolution

  • Of course, CSAs are just one piece in a patchwork of solutions to reknit regional foodsheds, but more importantly they exemplify the value of community that undergirds a climate-friendly food system.

    Anna Lappe: 3 Pillars of a Food Revolution

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