Definition of Reopens

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



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Definition of Reopens

1. reopen [v] - See also: reopen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reopens

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

Literary usage of Reopens

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1. Life of Lieutenant-General Nathan Bedford Forrest by John Allan Wyeth (1908)
"... Forrest Obtains Leave of Absence on Account of Wound—Returns to Duty too Soon— Wound reopens, Necessitating Operation for Removal of the Ball. ..."

2. Life of General Nathan Bedford Forrest by John Allan Wyeth (1899)
"... Forrest Obtains Leave of Absence on Account of Wound—Returns to Duty too Soon— Wound reopens, Necessitating Operation for Removal of the Ball. ..."

3. Journal of the Telegraph by Western Union Telegraph Company (1901)
"17 Kirkwood Inn. Summer office, reopens July 1. 17 Long Beach. ... Summer office, reopens July Newbury, will be free Lake Sunapee from July 31 Newbury ..."

4. The Emperor Charles V by Edward Armstrong (1902)
"... to Sicily—Death of Francesco Sforza —Francis I. reopens the question of the Milanese succession—His refusal of the Emperor's proposals—French invasion ..."

5. Life on the Stage: My Personal Experiences and Recollections by Clara Morris (1901)
"... CHAPTER NINTH The Season reopens — I meet the Yellow Breeches and become a Utility Man — Mr. Murdock Escapes Fits and my " Luck " Proves to be Extra ..."

6. A History of the English Church During the Civil Wars and Under the by William Arthur Shaw (1900)
"The Parliament reopens the matter and asks for an additional catalogue of scandals 27th Oct., 1645. As a matter of course, the divines, and the clerical ..."

7. Life in a New England Town, 1787, 1788: Diary of John Quincy Adams, While a by John Quincy Adams, Charles Francis Adams (1903)
"Finally, after one of many evenings passed at Mr. Frazier's, the more detailed diary reopens.] Newbury-Port, Sunday, September 6th, 1789. ..."

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