Definition of Reopening

1. Verb. (present participle of reopen) ¹



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Definition of Reopening

1. reopen [v] - See also: reopen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reopening

reoffered
reoffering
reoffers
reoil
reoiled
reoiling
reoils
reometer
reometers
reop
reopen
reopenable
reopened
reopener
reopeners
reopening (current term)
reopenings
reopens
reoperate
reoperated
reoperates
reoperating
reoperation
reoperations
reopped
reopping
reoppose
reopposed
reopposes
reopposing

Literary usage of Reopening

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1. Speeches and Addresses Delivered in the Congress of the United States: And by Henry Winter Davis, John Angel James Cresswell (1867)
"In August, 1859, Mr. Davis wrote for a daily journal the following article on TOE reopening OF THE SLAVE-TRADE. IT is time that the insidious advances ..."

2. A Treatise on the Bankruptcy Law of the United States by Harold Remington (1915)
"Who May Oppose reopening.—It is questionable whether a bankrupt is competent to oppose the reopening of a case. In re Paine, 11 ABR 354, 187 Fed. ..."

3. A Brief for the Trial of Civil Issues Before a Jury by Austin Abbott, William Charles Wermuth (1922)
"... and if the ruling be an abuse of discretion relief may be had.8 On reopening the case the court may prescribe the extent and limits thereof ;7 and after ..."

4. Procedure Before the Interstate Commerce Commission by Clair Richards Hillyer (1913)
"PETITIONS FOR REHEARING OR reopening OF CASE When the decision of the Commission is entered, one of the parties may feel sufficiently aggrieved with the ..."

5. Speeches and Addresses Delivered in the Congress of the United States: And by Henry Winter Davis, John Angel James Cresswell (1867)
"In August, 1859, Mr. Davis wrote for a daily journal the following article on THE reopening OF THE SLAVE-TRADE. IT is time that the insidious advances ..."

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