to settle or cause to settle in a new or different place
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How to use resettle in a sentence
Michele Ballarin, a Virginia socialite and businesswoman, has found herself at the center of the push to resettle those refugees.Best Business Longreads for the Week of October 5, 2013 | William O’Connor | October 6, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Others seem to resent Ping for having escaped China to resettle into a successful life in the United States.Ping Fu Defends ‘Bend, Not Break’ Memoir Against Online Chinese Attack | Katie Baker | February 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
They say he will not attempt to resettle in the Vatican or anywhere else outside the United States to avoid criminal charges.
The court ordered Boumediene released and finally, after six months of legal limbo, the French government agreed to resettle him.
And they make room for thee, and bid thee welcome, and then resettle to their hushed pursuits as if nothing had happened!The Caxtons, Complete | Edward Bulwer-Lytton
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.A Book-Lover's Holidays in the Open | Theodore Roosevelt