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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

To cause to develop new attitudes or habits replacing others held to be undesirable or unsatisfactory usually as the result of faulty training.

Usage examples (35)
  • With official backing, Zionists worked tirelessly to "reeducate" Germany's Jews.
  • Come January 23, 2009 they will all be allowed the opportunity to "reeducate" themselves.
  • The witches have opened up the Great Cauldron and plan to use the magical girls to "reeducate" the earth.
  • A new initiative in Saudi Arabia aims to root out extremist teachers and 'reeducate' them away from terror. for more
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