Greenspan was presiding over a broad expansion when he was reappointed.
Monti could be—and many say should be—reappointed if whoever wins decides to keep him on.
Leonhart, initially selected under George W. Bush, was reappointed by President Obama as the head of the DEA.
In a colorful and widely repeated quote, Johnson explained why he reappointed Hoover.
He was always a pronounced democrat, but notwithstanding this fact he was reappointed ten successive times.
Platt issued an ultimatum that Payn must be reappointed or he would fight.
He was reappointed in 1862; and in 1869 was returned to the Corps Lgislatif.
I've accepted your resignation, conscripted you again, and reappointed you——!
When he looked up the room was almost empty and Leonard had gone, but the reappointed directors whom he had suggested remained.
Cruzat was reappointed in September and served until November, 1787.
late 14c., "to decide, resolve; to arrange the time of (a meeting, etc.)," from Anglo-French appointer, Old French apointier "make ready, arrange, settle, place" (12c.), from apointer "duly, fitly," from phrase à point "to the point," from a- "to" (see ad-) + point "point," from Latin punctum (see point (n.)). The ground sense is "to come to a point (about some matter)," therefore "agree, settle." Meaning "put (someone) in charge" is early 15c. Related: Appointed; appointing.