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Definition of "reconvened" [reconvened]

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

Use "reconvened" in a sentence
  • "Former SNP MSP Winnie Ewing - who, as the oldest member, took the chair at the first sitting and announced the Scottish Parliament had been "reconvened" - will unveil a portrait of herself on May 12."
  • "In the 'reconvened' Swans are Michael Gira (obviously), Norman Westberg, Christoph Hahn,"
  • "Louise Emerson from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition office explained that the judging panel had been "reconvened" and had concluded that it was likely that the wolf featured in the image was an animal model that could be "hired for photographic purposes"."