Examples of reinstate in a Sentence
After his name was cleared, he was reinstated as committee chairperson.
The school board voted to reinstate the school's uniform policy.
the year the death penalty was reinstated
Recent Examples of reinstate from the Web
Lawyers for Dianne Little are trying to get the suit reinstated by the state court of appeals.
The high court ruled that Marquette University should immediately reinstate former political science professor John McAdams, finding that the college failed to give him the academic freedom he is guaranteed under his contract.
Delgado’s back After nearly a year spent on the disabled list, right-hander Randall Delgado was reinstated to the active roster on Friday.
Production peaked at 146,200 acres in 1943, but dropped once again when regulations were reinstated after the war.
The state’s education commissioner had suspended the district’s elected trustees, who had been paralyzed by a 3-3 voting deadlock, but reinstated two of them on Monday.
Fix the broken teacher salary schedule and reinstate Master and Advanced Degree pay for educators.
Perez the left-handed pitcher might need another start before being reinstated from the 60-day disabled list.
When the state reinstated West Hartford’s funding, town officials and the union began negotiating the contract.
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REINSTATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of reinstate for English Language Learners
: to put (someone) back in a job or position that had been taken away
: to begin using or dealing with (a law, policy, system, etc.) again
REINSTATE Defined for Kids
Definition of reinstate for Students
- The fired employee was reinstated.
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