What is another word for reintroduced?

Pronunciation: [ɹˌiːˌɪntɹədjˈuːst] (IPA)

The word "reintroduced" typically refers to bringing something back after it has been absent for some time. Some synonyms for this term could include "restored," "revived," "reinstated," "reestablished," and "restarted." Each of these words conveys a similar meaning of bringing something back into existence or use after it has been gone or inactive for a period of time. Other possible synonyms for "reintroduced" might include "reinvigorated," "reintegrated," "reawakened," and "reinserted," all of which could be used to describe the act of bringing something back into the fold after it has been forgotten or neglected.

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Usage examples for Reintroduced

So I went to his rooms in Staples Inn and reintroduced myself.
"Hilda Wade A Woman With Tenacity Of Purpose"
Grant Allen
Not in the Regency, but mainly under the influence of Morton, bishops were reintroduced, at a meeting of the Kirk held at Leith, in January 1572. The idea was that each bishop should hand over most of his revenues to Morton, or some other person in power.
"John Knox and the Reformation"
Andrew Lang
When he was only eighteen years old he began to uproot the heathen worship that had been reintroduced by his grandfather, after the death of Hezekiah and Isaiah.
"Stories of the Prophets (Before the Exile)"
Isaac Landman

Famous quotes with Reintroduced

  • But when I reintroduced the Nation of Islam, and began to host meetings in cities and thousands and thousands of people come out.
    Louis Farrakhan
  • That got me to L.A. and reintroduced me to my future husband.
    Marg Helgenberger

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