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Definition of "rebuilding" []

  • The process of building something (such as a city, building, etc) again after it has been damaged or destroyed (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • The restoration of a system or situation to a previous condition (noun)
  • Present participle of rebuild. (verb)

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Use "rebuilding" in a sentence
  • "I have just come back from Behrampada , that was struck by fire , now the work of rebuilding has begun, people picking up their lives ..rebuilding a house to make it a better home than it was..and why would a media person shoot a Muslim colony rebuilding its roots.."
  • "They have removed the word rebuilding from their vocabulary as they enter their 40-year anniversary season and have boldly proclaimed there will be no more excuses if they finish below the postseason cutoff a fifth straight time."
  • "He's not going to use the term "rebuilding," but he certainly seems fixated on what's important:"