reëstablishment

See also: reestablishment

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reëstablishment (countable and uncountable, plural reëstablishments)

  1. Alternative form of reestablishment.
    • 1854, David Hume, The History of England, Volume V., Chapter LVI., page #249:
      The king, to show that he was not intoxicated with good fortune, nor aspired to a total victory over the parliament, published a manifesto, in which he renewed the protestation formerly taken, with great solemnity, at the head of his army, and expressed his firm intention of making peace upon the reëstablishment of the constitution.
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