Definition of Reelect

1. Verb. Elect again.

Exact synonyms: Return
Generic synonyms: Elect
Derivative terms: Reelection



Definition of Reelect

1. Verb. To elect for a second or subsequent time. ¹

2. Verb. (alternative spelling of reelect) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Reelect

1. elect [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: elect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reelect

reeking
reeks
reeky
reel
reel-to-reel
reel-to-reel tape
reel-to-reel tape recorder
reel-to-reels
reel foot
reel in
reel off
reel out
reel to reel tape
reel up
reelable
reelect (current term)
reelected
reelecting
reelection
reelections
reelects
reeled
reeler
reelers
reelevate
reelevated
reelevates
reelevating
reeligibilities
reeligibility

Literary usage of Reelect

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1. A Concise Manual of Style by Hiram Allan Reed, American Baptist Publication Society (1920)
"Omit hyphen in such words as cooperation, coordination, preeminence, preempt, reelect, etc., also in such names as Fairfax Court House. ..."

2. The History of Tammany Hall by Gustavus Myers (1917)
"This seemed to frustrate the design to reelect, as Mayor, Walter Bowne (Grand Sachem in 1820 and ... There was but one expedient calculated to reelect him, ..."

3. The History of Tammany Hall by Gustavus Myers (1917)
"This seemed to frustrate the design to reelect, as Mayor, Walter Bowne (Grand Sachem in 1820 and ... There was but one expedient calculated to reelect him, ..."

4. The Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster by Daniel Webster, Fletcher Webster, Edwin David Sanborn (1857)
"I cannot persuade myself that the legislature, under present circumstances, will omit to reelect Mr. Mills. Here, I assure you, we are all of one mind on ..."

5. The Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster by Daniel Webster, Fletcher Webster, Edwin David Sanborn (1856)
"I cannot persuade myself that the legislature, under present circumstances, will omit to reelect Mr. Mills. Here, I assure you, we are all of one mind on ..."

6. The Government of Municipalities by Dorman Bridgman Eaton, ( (1899)
"These representatives will be independent, for no party managers can defeat them; the vote that elected them can reelect them, continually.2 (5) It would be ..."

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