from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To vindicate again; to reclaim; to demand and take back.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To vindicate again; to reclaim; to demand and take back.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To vindicate again; reclaim; demand the surrender of, as goods taken away or detained illegally.
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It was a real national movement, representing the true ideals of the nation and attempting to revindicate the fundamental rights of the individual.
Sir, I am bound to admit that this audacious claim spoilt my wanderings up and down the pages of your excellent magazine, and I resolved that whenever I should find time I would write to you to revindicate the claims of the "Berkshire Lady" to be native born and entirely unconnected with the Countess Mary or Slains Castle.
Therefore, we declare in the name of our population, in the name of our children and of our descendants, that we are considering any treaty which gives us up to a foreign power as a treaty null and void, and we will eternally revindicate the right of disposing of ourselves and of remaining French.
Every time that the Russian people of our day have attempted to revindicate their rights, the reactionaries have used the Kaiser as a threat, proclaiming that he would come to their aid.
Because our President has recognized the need to revindicate the theme of gender, the theme of women.
[applause] which is struggling to consolidate its sovereignty and recover -- revindicate its sovereign rights on the edge of a territory where the Panama Canal has been built which has cost the fraternal people of