to establish (something) again: a fight to re-establish his authority
- re-establishment, noun
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How to use re-establish in a sentence
Israeli leaders have said the strategic goal of the ground campaign is to restore quiet but also re-establish deterrence.Israel Says It Invaded Gaza Over Tunnels Like These | Eli Lake | July 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Lars Syll presents five things that should be done to "re-establish economics as a realist and relevant social science."
When cultural conservatives seize control of Europe, he promises, “we will re-establish the patriarchal structures.”
President Obama needs to re-seize the center to re-establish his original political strength as a uniter.
Washington, in reply, pledged his colleagues and himself to use every exertion to re-establish peace and harmony.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2 | Egerton Ryerson
There was every fear that the sick would not re-establish their health.Celebrated Travels and Travellers | Jules Verne
The whole root system is disturbed and has to re-establish itself before the top vegetates very strongly once more.Dwarf Fruit Trees | F. A. Waugh
He was avowedly on a crusade to re-establish the supremacy of the Roman Catholic religion throughout France.History of the Rise of the Huguenots | Henry Baird
He even undertook to execute the orders of M. Fizes, and endeavored to re-establish my health.The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete | Jean Jacques Rousseau