- reading group,
- reading notice,
- reading room,
- reading week,
Origin of readjustment
Examples from the Web for readjustment
In the estimation of the retired general, readjustment alone can take years.
It meant a flutter of raiment, a deliberation of readjustment, a kind of superb, massive dislocation.The Adventures of a Widow|Edgar Fawcett
This survey had indicated a widespread need for the readjustment of church life to community welfare in rural Ohio.Six Thousand Country Churches|Charles Otis Gill
Now this readjustment means an immediate conflict with existing patriotism.The Salvaging Of Civilisation|H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
The shadow of Schleiermacher's readjustment of Christianity was upon me.
The mood represented the grist of much subtle effort, comparing, adjustment, and readjustment.Foes|Mary Johnston