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reinhabit

Line breaks: re|inhabit
Pronunciation: /ˌriːɪnˈhabɪt/

Definition of reinhabit in English:

verb

[with object]
Inhabit (a place) again: the island was reinhabited in 1715 by Greeks from Kardamyla
More example sentences
  • It would be impossible simply to reinhabit the old structures as though nothing had happened.
  • Yet even with these measures, there's no guarantee that the location will ever be fit to reinhabit.
  • We ordered them to come down from the mountains fearlessly and peacefully, reinhabit the country and rebuild their houses.

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