verb re·in·scribe \ˌrē-ən-ˈskrīb\

Definition of REINSCRIBE

transitive verb
:  to reestablish or rename in a new and especially stronger form or context <how do contemporary writers reimagine or reinscribe the culturally laden figure of the aging woman? — Ruth O. Saxton>

First Known Use of REINSCRIBE



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