re·​man | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈman How to pronounce reman (audio) \
remanned; remanning; remans

Definition of reman

transitive verb

1 : to man again or anew
2 : to imbue with courage again

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Border agents will reman vigilant for cases of fraud and human trafficking, McAleenan said, particularly instances of adults traveling with children who are not their own in order to gain entry and avoid detention. Devlin Barrett, Mike Debonis, Washington Post, "Congress, courts stymie Trump border crackdown," 27 June 2018 Brenden Anaruk put Dimond in the scoring column by scoring with 61 seconds remaning in the second period. Stephan Wiebe, Anchorage Daily News, "South buries Dimond to remain unbeaten in CIC hockey," 14 Dec. 2017 Stephon Mason’s interception with under two minutes remaning sealed the victory. *** Jimmy Browne rushed for three scores and tallied over 100 yards in the first quarter as Burlington City pulled away from Delran, 46-22. Corey Sharp,, "Friday's South Jersey football roundup," 13 Oct. 2017 In June, Buncich said that while much had been accomplished, the jail remans the DOJ's watch as mental health care improvements continue. Becky Jacobs, Post-Tribune, "State code outlines next Lake County sheriff's duties," 8 Sep. 2017

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First Known Use of reman

1666, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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