reassume

verb
re·as·sume | \(ˌ)rē-ə-ˈsüm \
reassumed; reassuming; reassumes

Definition of reassume 

transitive verb

: to assume (something) again : to take up or adopt (something) again Cotton, the starting right guard for most of spring, has reassumed that role.— Chandler Rome

First Known Use of reassume

1472, in the meaning defined above

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