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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To restore to the original state by adding water; To build up again by putting back together the original pieces.

Usage examples (38)
  • A successful act of Life-Writing could reasonably be described as a reconstitution of facts bound up in a quasi-narrative form, in other words, a life rendered to a story.
  • One of the biggest sticks Mr. Cortines can wield is "reconstitution," in which the district determines a school to be failing to improve and reorganizes its staff and...
  • The controversial strategy, called "reconstitution," has not been tried before by the district.
  • "reconstitution," where the keepers of the benchmark make changes to the holdings so their index better reflects the current market. for more
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