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Saturday, January 02, 2016

Definitions for redintegrate

  1. to make whole again; restore to a perfect state; renew; reestablish.

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Citations for redintegrate
So you see, gentlemen, how far back we can trace our innate love for one another, and how this love is always trying to redintegrate our former nature, to make two into one, and to bridge the gulf between one human being and another. , Plato, translated by Michael Joyce, “Symposium,” Symposium and Other Dialogues, 1935
Redintegrate the fame, first of the house; / Restore your ladyship’s quiet… And make all plain and perfect as it was…” Ben Jonson, The Magnetic Lady, 1641
Origin of redintegrate
late Middle English
Redintegrate can be traced to the Latin redintegrāre meaning "to make whole again." It entered English in the mid-1400s.
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