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 reconstitution
Zionism itself was created as a vehicle for the reconstitution of a Jewish national home.
He had, doubtless conscientiously, laboured for the reconstitution Dissolution of the Frankish Empire.
It was affirmed that the reconstitution of the Deanery had somehow involved the complete suppression of the Chapter.History of the Cathedral Church of Wells|Edward A. Freeman
The Queen's men came in on the reconstitution of that company in 1591-2.A Chronicle History of the Life and Work of William Shakespeare|Frederick Gard Fleay