With smaller resources and in a colder light the resettlement of Bohemia was a work of compromise, not spontaneous achievement.
The resettlement of the area after the massacre was delayed.
He therefore moved to amend the resolution before the committee so as to require a resettlement of the debt.
There have been resettlement projects and such stuff for generations.
On one or other of these alternative lines the resettlement must be devised.
The allied powers are agreed that the European resettlement must be inspired by the principle of nationality.
resettlement of the land, and independence of outside food supply, is the only hope of welfare and safety for this country.
But it is from the conclusion of peace that the work of resettlement may fairly be taken to commence.
But Aitken did more than mine diamonds, for he had not forgotten the lesson we had learned together in the work of resettlement.
But since the time of Chersikrats there has been nothing like extirpation, displacement, or resettlement.
1620s, "act of fixing or steadying;" from settle (v.) + -ment. Meaning "a colony," especially a new one, "tract of country newly developed" is attested from 1690s; that of "small village on the frontier" is from 1827, American English. Sense of "payment of an account" is from 1729; legal sense "a settling of arrangements" (of divorce, property transfer, etc.) is from 1670s.