verb (used with object), re·in·stat·ed, re·in·stat·ing.
Words nearby reinstate
OTHER WORDS FROM reinstatere·in·state·ment, re·in·sta·tion, nounre·in·sta·tor, nounnon·re·in·state·ment, nounun·re·in·stat·ed, adjective
Examples from the Web for reinstatement
His last few years have been a revolving door of corruption, scandal, resignation, and reinstatement.The U.N.’s Next President Is a Gay-Hating Friend of Uganda’s Corrupt Dictator|Jay Michaelson|June 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fans have taken to the skies to seek his reinstatement; others have stated their support for the actress.
The reinstatement of Har Bracha makes it eligible for government benefits and all the privileges accorded to Hesder schools.Why Did a Controversial Yeshiva Regain Israeli Government Approval?|Zack Parker|July 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Romney can show backbone and leadership by stepping up and calling for a reinstatement of the federal assault weapons ban.
Mitt Romney should pull a Nixon to China on guns and call for reinstatement of the federal ban on assault weapons.
For thee, free pardon and reinstatement in thy principality—yet is it not to be a kingdom, only as a great chiefdom.Pabo, The Priest|Sabine Baring-Gould
Was not Romaine Effingham's body as well fitted for its reinstatement in the flesh as another's?
It is a splendid chance, and will really be my reinstatement.With Kitchener in the Soudan|G. A. Henty
It was absolutely impossible for her to draw back except for that ignoble reason: the reinstatement of herself in her own esteem.The Butterfly House|Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Their officers were looking forward even more eagerly to their reinstatement in their old haunts and pleasures at Rome.A Friend of Caesar|William Stearns Davis