But nor are they comfortable with the reassertion of western leadership in international affairs.
We have omitted the one sure way, which is a deep nationality, achieved by sacrifice, a reassertion of national idealism.
This was tantamount to a reassertion of the Monroe Doctrine.
Post-Impressionism is nothing but the reassertion of the first commandment of art—Thou shalt create form.
Soon a change began to work within her—the reassertion of her love.
President Wilson's answer to that suggestion was not confined to a reassertion of America's war objects.
It was a reassertion of the rhetorical instinct in all its strength and in all its forms.
It was the reassertion of primitive man, the demands of the first element.
He blinked up for forgiveness and in reassertion of innocence.
But, strange as this reassertion of the Greek supremacy was, the rapidity of its overthrow was stranger still.
early 15c., assercioun, from Middle French assertion (14c.) or directly from Late Latin assertionem (nominative assertio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin asserere "claim rights over something, state, maintain, affirm," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + serere "join" (see series). By "joining oneself" to a particular view, one "claimed" or "maintained" it.