reaccession

noun
re·ac·ces·sion | \ (ˌ)rē-ik-ˈse-shən , -ak- \

Definition of reaccession 

: renewed accession This state of things continued, necessarily, until … the reaccession of the Napoleonic dynasty to the throne of France in the person of Louis Napoleon. —John Tyler

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1694, in the meaning defined above

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