reinitiate

verb
re·ini·ti·ate | \rē-i-'ni-shē-ˌāt \
reinitiated; reinitiating

Definition of reinitiate 

transitive verb

: to initiate (something or someone) again … the county office completed a strategic plan this year to reinitiate the accreditation process.— Seth Nidever However, with train service being reinitiated in many parts of the United States, Arizona has opportunities to get on-board again.The Arizona Republic There he again experiences transformation, is reinitiated into his old world, and becomes the agent of its restoration or renewal.— Richard Slotkin

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reinitiation \rē-i-ˌni-shē-ˈā-shən \ noun plural reinitiations
the reinitiation of peace talks … after five years with the cult, the boy's reinitiation into society will take time. — Sheryl WuDunn

First Known Use of reinitiate

1652, in the meaning defined above

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