- to adjust again or anew; rearrange.
Origin of readjust
Related Words for re-adjustcontrol, readjust, standardize, monitor, rectify, oversee, govern, administer, adjust, determine, supervise, coordinate, handle, balance, conduct, classify, improve, stabilize, offset, harmonize
Examples from the Web for re-adjust
Historical Examples of re-adjust
For the pupil to benefit, he should re-adjust the Series for himself.Assimilative Memory
Marcus Dwight Larrowe (AKA Prof. A. Loisette)
They could adjust their course with the jets, check with instruments, and re-adjust—again and again.Comet's Burial
Raymond Zinke Gallun
At the time of which we speak political parties in England were trying in vain to re-adjust an equable balance.The Arbiter
Lady F. E. E. Bell
Leave Fourier and the departed in peace, and endeavor only to re-adjust the pieces of your syllogism.What is Property?
P. J. Proudhon
The quagga would soon stop, and he could then repair the bit, and re-adjust the bridle which he still held in his hands.The Bush Boys
Captain Mayne Reid
- to adjust or adapt (oneself or something) again, esp after an initial failure