verb (used with object), re·sumed, re·sum·ing.
verb (used without object), re·sumed, re·sum·ing.
Origin of resume1
OTHER WORDS FROM resumere·sum·a·ble, adjectivere·sum·er, nounun·re·sumed, adjective
Words nearby resume
Example sentences from the Web for resumed
In past years they have declared a ceasefire right before Christmas, but have resumed attacks once the holiday season is over.Venezuela Says Goodbye to Its Lil Friend, While the Rest of the Continent Cheers|Catalina Lobo-Guererro|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Sorties by nuclear-capable bombers had been discontinued in 1992 as the Cold War came to an end, but Putin resumed them in 2007.
By most accounts, the Times newsroom has calmed since Baquet resumed his duties full time a few weeks after going under the knife.Dean Baquet, the NYT’s Executive Editor, on Jill Abramson, Race, Surviving Cancer—and TMZ Envy|Lloyd Grove|September 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Since then, I have treated many people who have risen from near death and resumed their lives.It’s Impossible to Cure a Baby With HIV, No Matter How Seductive the Hope May Be|Kent Sepkowitz|July 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She then resumed her campaign to get the military victims what she viewed as their due benefits and honors.
Miss Winstead, the governess, resumed her letter, and a clock on the mantelpiece struck out seven silvery chimes.Daddy's Girl|L. T. Meade
The song and the dance are broken off, never to be resumed, when the staid footfall of the lady is heard approaching.Milton|Sir Walter Alexander Raleigh
Had she desired she might have remained and resumed an easy life with her tribe.Whitman's Ride Through Savage Lands|Oliver Woodson Nixon
When she became a widow she resumed her place with renewed power.Gordon Keith|Thomas Nelson Page
The blinds were drawn again on the ugly side of things, and life was resumed on the usual assumption that no such side existed.Sanctuary|Edith Wharton