Definition for reconstituted (2 of 2)
verb (used with object), re·con·sti·tut·ed, re·con·sti·tut·ing.
verb (used without object), re·con·sti·tut·ed, re·con·sti·tut·ing.
Related formsre·con·sti·tu·ent [ree-kuh n-stich-oo-uh nt] /ˌri kənˈstɪtʃ u ənt/, adjective, nounre·con·sti·tut·a·ble, re·con·sti·tut·i·ble, adjectivere·con·sti·tu·tive, adjectivere·con·sti·tu·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for reconstituted
This powder can be shipped anywhere and then reconstituted—just add water, as if it were instant coffee.Powdered Measles Vaccine Could Be Huge for Developing World|Kent Sepkowitz|December 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If the scorch on the Shroud is the result of radiation, it could have been radiation that reconstituted the dead body.
In detail and habit the scenes and people of that troublous period are "reconstituted" here with remarkable skill.'A Dozen Ways Of Love|Lily Dougall
Jones returned to England and joined the reconstituted Admiral's company under Allen in 1594.A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare|Frederick Gard Fleay
Reading today whatever survived or was reconstituted from these writings is an experience in poetry and literature.The Civilization of Illiteracy|Mihai Nadin
They had now been reconstituted in such a manner that they were certain to return members devoted to the crown.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
The grammar school was reconstituted in 1889 for boys and girls.