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(Re*din`te*gra"tion) n. [L. redintegratio.]
1. Restoration to a whole or sound state; renewal; renovation. Dr. H. More.
2. (Chem.) Restoration of a mixed body or matter to its former nature and state. [Achaic.] Coxe.
3. (Psychology) The law that objects which have been previously combined as part of a single mental
state tend to recall or suggest one another; adopted by many philosophers to explain the phenomena
of the association of ideas.
(Re`di*rect") a. (Law) Applied to the examination of a witness, by the party calling him, after
(Re`dis*burse") v. t. To disburse anew; to give, or pay, back. Spenser.
(Re`dis*cov"er) v. t. To discover again.
(Re`dis*pose") v. t. To dispose anew or again; to readjust; to rearrange. A. Baxter.
(Re`dis*seize") v. t. (Law) To disseize anew, or a second time. [Written also redisseise.]
(Re`dis*sei"zin) n. (Law) A disseizin by one who once before was adjudged to have dassezed
the same person of the same lands, etc.; also, a writ which lay in such a case. Blackstone.
(Re`dis*sei"zor) n. (Law) One who redisseizes.
(Re`dis*solve") v. t. To dissolve again.
(Re`dis*till") v. t. To distill again.
(Re`dis*train"er) n. One who distrains again.
(Re`dis*trib"ute) v. t. To distribute again.
(Re*dis"trict) v. t. To divide into new districts.
(Re*di"tion) n. [L. reditio, fr. redire. See Redient.] Act of returning; return. [Obs.] Chapman.
(Re`di*vide") v. t. To divide anew.
(Red"leg` Red`legs`) n. (Zoöl.) (a) The redshank. (b) The turnstone.
Red-letter day, a day that is fortunate or auspicious; so called in allusion to the custom of marking
holy days, or saints' days, in the old calendars with red letters.
(Red"-let`ter) a. Of or pertaining to a red letter; marked by red letters.
(Red"ly), adv. In a red manner; with redness.
(Red"mouth`) n. (Zoöl.) Any one of several species of marine food fishes of the genus Diabasis,
or Hæmulon, of the Southern United States, having the inside of the mouth bright red. Called also flannelmouth,
(Red"ness), n. [AS. reádness. See Red.] The quality or state of being red; red color.