[ US /ˌɹiɪnˈsteɪtmənt/ ]
[ UK /ɹˌiːɪnstˈe‍ɪtmənt/ ]
  1. the condition of being reinstated
    her reinstatement to her former office followed quickly
  2. the act of restoring someone to a previous position
    we insisted on the reinstatement of the colonel
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How To Use reinstatement In A Sentence

  • The committee has received 14,000 applications from former Baathists asking for either reinstatement or for pensions, he said.
  • But the judges did not order the recall of parliament or the reinstatement of Chaudhry's government.
  • Some 35,000 employees struck to demand the reinstatement of a suspended superintendent and two senior assistants.
  • I would vote against any reinstatement of the death penalty without a second's hesitation and support plans to rehabilitate criminals.
  • While an indefinite strike forced reinstatement of the six workers the April salaries remain unpaid.
  • There is further discouragement for the players in that in the workplace only 3 % of reinstatement appeals are successful.
  • First we begin in South Africa, where the health minister finds himself under fire as AIDS activists demand the reinstatement of a former deputy.
  • A federal judge Friday ordered the reinstatement of an Air Force nurse discharged from the military under the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that forbids openly gay service members. Judge orders reinstatement of military nurse discharged under 'don't ask' policy
  • The defendant eventually paid off his fines and in fact had secured reinstatement of his driver's license on the very day previous to the date of the accident.
  • He welcomed the reinstatement of the 10 per cent bank base rate.
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