redispose

verb
re·​dis·​pose | \(ˌ)rē-di-ˈspōz \
redisposed; redisposing; redisposes

Definition of redispose 

transitive verb

: to dispose (someone or something) again especially : rearrange, reposition … the Biak Detachment redisposed its troops to meet new Allied attacks. — Robert Ross Smith (old-fashioned + literary) She got up and redisposed herself on the couch. — Waldo David Frank

redispose of

: to dispose of (something) again redisposed of the returned merchandise

Other Words from redispose

redisposition \ (ˌ)rē-​ˌdi-​spə-​ˈzi-​shən \ noun plural redispositions
a redisposition of forces

First Known Use of redispose

1635, in the meaning defined above

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