(Re`ën*kin"dle) v. t. To enkindle again.
(Re`ën*list") v. t. & i. To enlist again.
(Re`ën*list"ment) n. A renewed enlistment.
(Re`ën*slave") v. t. To enslave again.
(Re*ën"ter) v. t.
1. To enter again.
2. (Engraving) To cut deeper, as engraved lines on a plate of metal, when the engraving has not been
deep enough, or the plate has become worn in printing.
Reëntering angle, an angle of a polygon pointing inward, as a, in the cut. Reëntering polygon, a
polygon having one or more reëntering angles.
(Re*ën"ter), v. i. To enter anew or again.
(Re*ën"ter*ing), n. (Calico Printing.) The process of applying additional colors, by applications
of printing blocks, to patterns already partly colored.
(Re`ën*throne") v. t. To enthrone again; to replace on a throne.
(Re`ën*throne"ment) n. A second enthroning.
(Re*ën"trance) n. The act entereing again; rentry. Hooker.
(Re*ën"trant) a. Reëntering; pointing or directed inwardds; as, a rentrant angle.
1. A second or new entry; as, a reëntry into public life.
2. (Law) A resuming or retaking possession of what one has lately foregone; applied especially to
land; the entry by a lessor upon the premises leased, on failure of the tenant to pay rent or perform the
covenants in the lease. Burrill.
Card of reëtry, (Whist), a card that by winning a trick will bring one the lead at an advanced period of
(Re`ë*rect") v. t. To erect again.
(Reer"mouse`) n. (Zoöl.) See Rearmouse.
(Re`ës*tab"lish) v. t. To establish anew; to fix or confirm again; to restore; as, to reëstablish a
covenant; to reëstablish health.
(Re`ës*tab"lish*er) n. One who establishes again.
(Re`ës*tab"lish*ment) n. The act reëstablishing; the state of being reëstablished. Addison.
(Re`ës*tate") v. t. To reëstablish. [Obs.] Walis.
(Reeve) n. (Zoöl.) The female of the ruff.