reman

[ree-man]
verb (used with object), re·manned, re·man·ning.
  1. to man again; furnish with a fresh supply of personnel.
  2. to restore the manliness or courage of.

Origin of reman

First recorded in 1660–70; re- + man1
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Historical Examples of reman

  • With a shout of renewed enthusiasm they rushed from their places of shelter to reman the abandoned fort.