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reapportion

verb re·ap·por·tion \ˌrē-ə-ˈpr-shən\

Definition of REAPPORTION

transitive verb
:  to apportion (as a house of representatives) anew
intransitive verb
:  to make a new apportionment
re·ap·por·tion·ment \-shən-mənt\ noun

First Known Use of REAPPORTION

circa 1828

Rhymes with REAPPORTION

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