Definition of "re-establishment" [re•ës•tab•lish•ment]
The act reëstablishing; the state of being reëstablished.(noun)
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Use "re-establishment" in a sentence
"This moment is about the inalienable right of the people of Palestine to self-determination, to freedom, and the re-establishment of normalcy to the lives of their children, within the context of reconstruction and reconciliation with a powerful, powerfully supported and certainly well-armed neighbor."
"Free admission seems now such an embedded part of cultural life that it is easy to forget both what a rocky road led to its re-establishment, and the fact that there are fairly strong arguments against it."
"She can see that the re-establishment of the King and the Bourbon government in France and the return of the priests will ensure radical and heretical scientific debate was silenced in Paris."