repristinate

[ ree-pris-tuh-neyt ]
/ riˈprɪs təˌneɪt /

verb (used with object), re·pris·ti·nat·ed, re·pris·ti·nat·ing.

to restore to the first or original state or condition.

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Origin of repristinate

1650–60; re- + pristine + -ate1; compare Medieval Latin repristinātiō

OTHER WORDS FROM repristinate

re·pris·ti·na·tion, noun
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