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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reinvite.


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  • A defensive back named Sterling Moore, an undrafted rookie signed to the practice squad in October, then dumped and reinvited back in December, slapped a season-ending touchdown reception out of the hands of Baltimore receiver Lee Evans with 22 seconds left.

    Not Perfect but a Super Rematch 2012

  • He tore the scab off of a healing Bosnia wound and reinvited discussion on a topic that had actually gone away.

    CNN Poll: Majority of Dems want Clinton to be VP 2008

  • He reinvited himself into the party planner's hard drive and plucked out the guest list.

    Hi-Ya! Jason Henry McCormick 2010

  • I mean, she was reinvited and then it was rescinded.

    CNN Transcript Jun 8, 2009 2009

  • Last week they reinvited Musicant -- but still no air fare.

    Once A Hero... 2008

  • And so, as I arrived on the rosterman (ph) during the course of a prolonged indication, I read it, and it said, "Blessed are ye that are brief, for ye shall be reinvited."

    CNN Transcript Aug 31, 2007 2007

  • He reinvited himself into the party planner's hard drive and plucked out the guest list.

    The Beach House Patterson, James, 1947- 2002

  • A Gallic Synod was called, and Germanus, Bishop of Auxerre, and Lupus of Troyes, were sent as a deputation, and after completely refuting the errors of the heretics, whom they met in controversy at Verulam, they returned home, but only to be reinvited to establish the Britons in the Faith, and build them up in the doctrines of the Catholic Church.

    Studies in the Book of Common Prayer 1900

  • The Professor referred to him as the man with the thirteen sisters, and wished him reinvited to the house.

    Bambi Marjorie Benton Cooke 1898

  • Morgan was sacked as editor of the Daily Mirror in 2004 for publishing fake photos of British soldiers purportedly abusing Iraqis in Basra, but has reinvited himself as a television interviewer in the United States.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion 2011


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