Definition of Redisposes

1. Verb. (third-person singular of redispose) ¹



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Definition of Redisposes

1. redispose [v] - See also: redispose

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redisposes

rediscusses
rediscussing
rediscussion
redisperse
redispersed
redisperses
redispersing
redisplay
redisplayed
redisplaying
redisplays
redisposal
redisposals
redispose
redisposed
redisposes (current term)
redisposing
redisposition
redispositions
redispute
redisputed
redisputes
redisputing
redisseisin
redisseisins
redisseize
redisseized
redisseizes
redisseizin
redisseizing

Literary usage of Redisposes

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1. On Contemporary Literature by Stuart Pratt Sherman (1917)
"... like a magnet, snatches the facts of life that are subject to its influence out of their casual order and redisposes them in a pattern of its own. ..."

2. History of English Literature by Hippolyte Taine (1908)
"... redisposes chains of arguments; but all three march towards the same end by different routes, and the orator, as well as his rivals, ..."

3. The Library of Literary Criticism of English and American Authors by Charles Wells Moulton (1904)
"The poet resuscitates souls, the philosopher composes a system, the orator redisposes chains of arguments; but all three march towards the same end by ..."

4. The World's Great Classics by Timothy Dwight, Julian Hawthorne (1900)
"The poet resuscitates souls, the philosopher composes a system, the orator redisposes chains of arguments; but all three march towards the same end by ..."

5. Memorials of John Flint South: Twice President of the Royal College of by John Flint South (1884)
"... in and out through the western door, steps to one or other of the tables, and either places something additional or redisposes what is already there. ..."

6. Buffalo Medical Journal (1854)
"... by many distinguished pathologists, as Copland, Des- melles, and others, that the one p'redisposes to an attack of the other, he again perverts the ..."

7. History of English Literature by Hippolyte Taine (1883)
"The poet resuscitates souls, the philosopher composes a system, the orator redisposes chains of arguments; but all three march towards the same end by ..."

8. History of English Literature by Hippolyte Taine, Henri Van Laun (1876)
"The poet resuscitates souls, the philosopher composes a system, the orator redisposes chains of arguments; but all three march towards the same end by ..."

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