Definition of Redispositions

1. redisposition [n] - See also: redisposition



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redispositions

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

Literary usage of Redispositions

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1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"But entire redispositions of the keys, too, have been proposed, the most notable recent attempt in this direction being that of rani von Janko, ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"But entire redispositions of the keys, too, have been proposed, the most notable recent attempt in this direction being that of Paul von Janko, ..."

3. The Final Months of the War with Japan: Signals Intelligence, U. S. Invasion by Douglas J. MacEachim (1999)
"... to hamper the execution of the enemy's movements and redispositions, [but] it cannot... prevent such movements from being taken prior to [invasion] day. ..."

4. The Civil War and the Constitution, 1859-1865 by John William Burgess (1901)
"redispositions made necessary by the departure of Long- street and Ewell excited the attention of Hooker. On the 5th he caused pontoons to be thrown across ..."

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