- 1Change or restore to a different or former position or state: they worked to relieve his shoulder pain and realign the joint the president realigned his government to reflect the balance of partiesMore example sentences
- Such a transformation realigns governments, legislatures, and armed forces to multinational collective security and collective defense.
- Chiropractic adjustments aim to realign your vertebrae, restore range of motion and free up your nerve pathways.
- What the Budget did was to realign the Labour Party back to its roots, as a party of redistribution.
- 1.1 (realign oneself with) Change one’s position or attitude with regard to (a person, organization, or cause): he wished to realign himself with Bagehot’s more pessimistic positionMore example sentences
- Over time, the alliance that made up the Zulu kingdom varied in strength and, especially under the rule of Shaka's successor King Dingane, some clans even broke away and realigned themselves with new groups.
- In other words, ‘they adjusted but also resisted, they bent but stood firm, they educated but realigned themselves with the new circumstances’.
- In order to realign themselves with their audiences' priorities, the news media must start treating critics of the military with the same skepticism they apply to Pentagon spokesmen.
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- Well, the base closing commission recommended 22 major closures across the country, 33 major realignments and nearly 800 other changes affecting military installations.
- Anyone interested in the delicate fusion of platonic romance, life-writing and letter-writing which fed into the early novel will also find going on here some of the realignments of sensibility that created a market for that genre.
- The classic examples of critical elections with subsequent party realignments are the elections of 1800, 1860, and 1932.
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