Definition of reinscribe
: 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
Recent Examples of reinscribe from the Web
But this film seems to reinscribe the hyperreal nature of the real flesh using not much more than knives, which is more terrifying.
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First Known Use of reinscribe
Legal Definition of reinscribe
: to inscribe (as a mortgage) again especially after expiration of the period of inscription (as ten years)
Additional Notes on reinscribe
A recorded mortgage or document creating a privilege is reinscribed by filing a notice of reinscription with the recorder.
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