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Definition of "readjustment" [re•ad•just•ment]

  • A second, or subsequent adjustment (noun)

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Use "readjustment" in a sentence
  • "Instead of a small, painful economic readjustment from a short-lived boom, the little town's industries are slaughtered as waves of default, unemployment, and credit contraction drown each neighborhood and industrial park."
  • "My readjustment will be a slow process and should involve a gentle transition away from the media spotlight."
  • "If these two great movements of our age, having this as their object, can be brought into close harmony and co-operation, the readjustment will be the sooner and more painlessly accomplished; but, for the moment, the two movements alike in their origin and alike in many of their methods of procedure, remain distinct."