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[ ree-kon-sti-too-tid, -tyoo- ]


  1. constituted again, especially of a liquid product made by adding water to dry solids from which the water has been evaporated:

    reconstituted orange juice.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of reconstituted1

First recorded in 1840–50; reconstitute + -ed 2

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Example Sentences

This powder can be shipped anywhere and then reconstituted—just add water, as if it were instant coffee.

Imagine Betty Boop figures reconstituted as heroines from the Jane Austen period.

If the scorch on the Shroud is the result of radiation, it could have been radiation that reconstituted the dead body.

Military disaster units cooked huge quantities of food and prepared thousands of gallons of coffee and reconstituted milk.

There was, however, no sign of disrespect while the ministers and the reconstituted corps of marshals filed to their places.

Malta to be restored to the Order of Knights, reconstituted.

After a time, when their endowments became very great, they reconstituted the Order on the model of the Templars.

The Church of this city, which had been dispersed after the death of Stephen, was quickly reconstituted.


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