- to orient again or anew.
- Rare. rising anew.
Origin of reorient
Related Words for reorientrejuvenate, repair, fix, overhaul, restore, regenerate, rebuild, recreate, revamp, remodel, renovate, reproduce, rework, rehabilitate, reestablish, modernize, remake, reassemble, immigrate, uproot
Examples from the Web for reorient
Contemporary Examples of reorient
VIRGO Expect to be flooded by memories, intended to reorient you to earliest hopes and wishes.What the Stars Hold for Your Week
Starsky + Cox
August 6, 2011
Historical Examples of reorient
It is slightly harder to reorient a defiant mind than a willing one.Highways in Hiding
George Oliver Smith
A couple of the blips were over the ocean way south of England and they were trying to contact them by radio to reorient them.The Biography of a Rabbit
That would save him much alarm and perplexity when it comes time to reorient himself.Vital Ingredient
Charles V. De Vet
- to adjust or align (something) in a new or different way