Definition of Repristinated

1. Verb. (past of repristinate) ¹



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Definition of Repristinated

1. repristinate [v] - See also: repristinate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Repristinated

reprioritises
reprioritising
reprioritization
reprioritizations
reprioritize
reprioritized
reprioritizes
reprioritizing
reprisal
reprisals
reprise
reprised
reprises
reprising
repristinate
repristinated (current term)
repristinates
repristinating
repristination
repristinations
reprivatise
reprivatised
reprivatization
reprivatizations
reprivatize
reprivatized
reprivatizes
reprivatizing
reprive
reprived

Literary usage of Repristinated

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1. Old Testament History by Henry Preserved Smith (1903)
"But the local sanctuaries could be repristinated. They may not have been removed by Hezekiah, but after the sweeping Assyrian desolations, they may have ..."

2. An Introduction to the Study of Some Living Religions of the East by Sydney Cave (1921)
"... still hope to find in a repristinated Buddhism a religion, Eastern and to that extent native, and yet adequate to modern needs and Western learning. ..."

3. Redemption, Hindu and Christian by Sydney Cave (1919)
"They believe that the best is yet to be, and have before them the glorious vision of a repristinated India able to take its place among the most spiritual ..."

4. The Alliance of Divine Offices by Hamon L'Estrange (1846)
"... and by what degrees they were repristinated and rendered in their former state. The most clear and most satisfactory account whereof is given us by ..."

5. The Alliance of Divine Offices by Hamon L'Estrange (1846)
"... will not be amiss to enquire how they spent their time in this interim, and by what degrees thev were repristinated and rendered in their former state. ..."

6. The Apocalypse: A Series of Special Lectures on the Revelation of Jesus by Joseph Augustus Seiss (1865)
"Some even suppose it to be the Nicene Creed, the Church of Rome, or only a revitalized or repristinated Christianity in general, at some period in the times ..."

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