Reinstatement to Relate
(Re`in*state"ment) n. The act of reinstating; the state of being reinstated; restablishment.
(Re`in*sta"tion) n. Reinstatement. [R.]
(Re`in*struct") v. t. To instruct anew.
1. Insurance a second time or again; renewed insurance.
2. A contract by which an insurer is insured wholly or in part against the risk he has incurred in insuring
somebody else. See Reassurance.
(Re`in*sure") v. t.
1. To insure again after a former insuranse has ceased; to renew insurance on.
2. To insure, as life or property, in favor of one who has taken an insurance risk upon it.
The innsurer may cause the property insured to be reinsured by other persons.Walsh.
(Re`in*sur"er) n. One who gives reinsurance.
(Re*in"te*grate) v. t. [Pref. re- + integrate. Cf. Redintegrate.] To renew with regard to
any state or quality; to restore; to bring again together into a whole, as the parts off anything; to reëstablish; as,
to reintegrate a nation. Bacon.
(Re*in`te*gra"tion) n. A renewing, or making whole again. See Redintegration.
(Re`in*ter") v. t. To inter again.
(Re`in*ter"ro*gate) v. t. To interrogate again; to question repeatedly. Cotgrave.
(Re`in*throne") v. t. See Reënthrone.
(Re`in*thron"ize) v. t. To enthrone again. [Obs.]
(Re*in`tro*duce") v. t. To introduce again. Re*in`tro*duc"tion (- dk"shn), n.
(Re`in*vest") v. t. To invest again or anew.
(Re`in*ves"ti*gate) v. t. To investigate again. Re`in*ves`ti*ga"tion (- g"shn), n.
(Re`in*vest"ment) n. The act of investing anew; a second or repeated investment.
(Re`in*vig"or*ate) v. t. To invigorate anew.
(Re`in*volve") v. t. To involve anew.
(||Re`is) n. [Pg., pl. of real, an ancient Portuguese coin.] The word is used as a Portuguese
designation of money of account, one hundred reis being about equal in value to eleven cents.
(Reis) n. [Ar. raïs head, chief, prince.] A common title in the East for a person in authority, especially
the captain of a ship. [Written also rais and ras.]
(||Reis` Ef*fen"di) [See 2d Reis, and Effendi.] A title formerly given to one of the chief
Turkish officers of state. He was chancellor of the empire, etc.