Derived forms of reappointreappointment, noun
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How to use reappoint in a sentence
It is highly unlike that a President Romney will reappoint Bernanke and its not clear Obama would either.What if Bernanke Was Always Less Aggressive Than We Thought?|Noah Kristula-Green|April 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Fitz Lee did not reappoint me as adjutant, and so I lost my first commission on the spot where Cornwallis lost his sword.Mosby's War Reminiscences|John Singleton Mosby
The term of office for the unofficial members is limited to five years, though the governor may reappoint if he choose.
I still say no—you had to do it—and you know that you had to reappoint me.A Man of the People|Thomas Dixon
I will resign, you can reappoint my predecessor, and everybody will be satisfied.
Hence my suggestion to the Government to reappoint General Downes.The Chronicles of a Gay Gordon|Jos Maria Gordon