/ (riːˈsɛtəl) /

  1. to settle or cause to settle in a new or different place

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How to use resettle in a sentence

  • Trina shut her lips tightly, cleared her throat, and pretended to resettle a hair-pin at the back of her head.

    McTeague | Frank Norris
  • With what restlessness they take short flights and resettle.

    Birds of the wave and woodland | Phil (Philip Stewart) Robinson
  • Audley mechanically resumed his former life,—sought to resettle his thoughts on the grand objects of ambitious men.

    My Novel, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
  • As we approached a breeding colony the birds would fly up, hover about, and resettle when we drew back a sufficient distance.