from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • transitive verb To imprint again.

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  • verb To imprint again.


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re- +‎ imprint


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  • Just a few moments to stare at her and reimprint her beauty on his memory, refresh the images stored away that had begun, despite his best efforts, to blur.

    Lazy Day amberfocus 2008

  • Not to mention that McNally was totally uninterested in the free will of others: his project, dancing there on the screens in front of them, was a new plague, one that would reimprint the temporal lobes, sabotaging the Establishment in favor of the message of Christianity.

    THE RIVERS OF EDEN by Jay Lake and Ruth Nestvold | Fiction | Futurismic 2005

  • If the inhabitants got to the pirates first, there would not be enough of the outlaws left to reimprint with new personalities.

    Cachalot Foster, Alan Dean, 1946- 1980


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