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reconvey

[ ree-kuhn-vey ]
/ ˌri kənˈveɪ /
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verb (used with object)
to convey again.
to convey back to a previous position or place.
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Origin of reconvey

First recorded in 1500–10; re- + convey

OTHER WORDS FROM reconvey

re·con·vey·ance, noun
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How to use reconvey in a sentence

  • He did indeed reconvey this back to him and his heires, etc., for a rent of 500 li.

  • Without, the carriage was ready to reconvey them to the new palace.

  • At the end of one year, or of two, I may transfer the whole to the Brotherhood, or reconvey it to the original donors.

    Comrades|Thomas Dixon
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