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Definition of "reappointed" [reappointed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of reappoint. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "reappointed" in a sentence
  • "Sure, there are many people who want Griffin reappointed-and nearly every one of them is scared of losing their federal largess from the Constellation money pot."
  • "If you bridle at the phrase ‘self-perpetuating oligarchy’, just ask yourself what the current government of Belgium, which lost the general election in June 2007 but has recently been reappointed is if it is not such?"
  • "Kim was this spring "reappointed" as head of the National Defense Commission by North Korea's assembly; also on the all-powerful commission designee list was a placeholder for one of his sons — the first indicator of that the succession may be in play."