Definition of "reconvert" [re•con•vert]

  • To undergo or cause to undergo conversion to a previous state or condition. (verb-transitive)

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Use "reconvert" in a sentence
  • "Interestingly, it's almost hip now to claim converso ancestry, and there has been something of a movement among people claiming converso ancestry to "reconvert" -- or restore themselves -- to the faith of their very distant fathers."
  • "Some of these were houses of Christians residing in relief shelters, burnt by Hindu extremists as retaliation for the Christian refusal to 'reconvert' to Hinduism."
  • "The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has reportedly drawn up an elaborate plan to counter the activities of Christian missionaries in the country and "reconvert" those who have adopted their faith."