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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

v. - Adjust anew; Adjust again after an initial failure.

Usage examples (41)
  • After moving back to America, he had to readjust
  • Then she added, like one who would fain readjust herself upon the heights of her own resolution by a good excuse for having fallen.
  • They want the boy to kind of readjust to society, and they don ` t want to be grilling him.
  • You won't have time to readjust, meaning with a fucked-up body position you will miss the target at least once. for more
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