In 1913, Matisse returned from Morocco and reestablished himself in Pairs.
He recently reestablished contact with Allen and is currently enjoying a renewed relationship with him and Soon-Yi.
Since his failed 1980 race, Kennedy had reestablished himself as a power in the Senate.
“You seem to forget, sir, that my Emperor has reestablished Christianity,” I observed.
When he returned, the line of communication was reestablished, and Juan Alvarado was dead.
Wardens and masters were reestablished, first in Paris and a little later in the other towns.
His visitors climbed the bank and reestablished themselves on the wood-ranks.
Peace was reestablished, trade was resumed, and I was free to continue my journey.
Then the Spanish government, reestablished throughout the island, for a time showed Cuba marked favor.
They begin to get back to fundamentals and to seek means of becoming so reestablished as to avoid future cataclysms.
late 14c., from Old French establiss-, present participle stem of establir (12c., Modern French établir) "cause to stand still, establish, stipulate, set up, erect, build," from Latin stabilire "make stable," from stabilis "stable" (see stable (adj.)).
For initial e-, see especial. Related: Established; establishing. An established church or religion is one sanctioned by the state.