Definition of Redisposition

1. Noun. The withdrawal and redistribution of forces in an attempt to use them more effectively.

Exact synonyms: Redeployment
Generic synonyms: Deployment
Derivative terms: Redeploy, Redispose



Definition of Redisposition

1. disposition [n -S] - See also: disposition

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redisposition

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

Literary usage of Redisposition

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1. Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Arkansas by Geological Survey of Arkansas (1891)
"redisposition of gravels.—Another feature in the occurrence of the transported pebbles is to be observed along the east face of the ridge from a point north ..."

2. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology (1867)
"At 4 o'clock the next day, after an interval of 20 hours, the muscles were in a state of rigor ; but no alteration or redisposition of the limbs had taken ..."

3. Information Annual ...: A Continuous Cyclopedia and Digest of Current Events (1917)
"Funston for a redisposition of the forces composing the American punitive expedition. The purpose of this redisposition of the forces was to enable the ..."

4. Information Annual (1917)
"Funston for a redisposition of the forces composing the American punitive expedition. The purpose of this redisposition of the forces was to enable the ..."

5. Studies in Logical Theory by John Dewey (1903)
"The problem of redisposition would of course not be raised were the means not technically adaptable to the purpose, nor on the other hand can the means in ..."

6. Studies in Logical Theory by John Dewey (1903)
"The problem of redisposition would of course not be raised were the means not technically adaptable to the purpose, nor on the other hand can the means in ..."

7. Valuation as a Logical Process by Henry Waldgrave Stuart (1918)
"The problem of redisposition would of course not be raised were the means not technically adaptable to the purpose, nor on the other hand can the means in ..."

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