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reassert

/ ˌriːəˈsɜːt /

verb

  1. to assert (rights, claims, etc) again

    he reasserted his belief



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Now, 25 years later, the world is looking again at Eastern Europe as Russia begins to reassert itself.

Can the new guys at Cadillac pull off the same trick—reassert the core American appeal of the brand?

The Democratic Party needs to reassert these beliefs—and put action behind them—to win the future.

Can the U.S. reassert its role in Asia without irking Beijing?

Occasionally she would solicit women in attempt to reassert her power in the relationship.

Talleyrand was heartily sick of his inactivity, and eagerly seized the opportunity to reassert his importance.

The new government was to show that she was able and ready to reassert her right to exercise an influence in Europe.

Then the next moment the moon would reassert herself, and her rays would light up the rivers and fill the mists with diamonds.

The days of a more vivid and ardent sentimentality seemed to reassert themselves.

Now that his powerful constitution had the chance to reassert itself, his revival went quickly.

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