reascend

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reascend

(ˌriːəˈsɛnd)
vb
to ascend again

reascend


Past participle: reascended
Gerund: reascending

Imperative
reascend
reascend
Present
I reascend
you reascend
he/she/it reascends
we reascend
you reascend
they reascend
Preterite
I reascended
you reascended
he/she/it reascended
we reascended
you reascended
they reascended
Present Continuous
I am reascending
you are reascending
he/she/it is reascending
we are reascending
you are reascending
they are reascending
Present Perfect
I have reascended
you have reascended
he/she/it has reascended
we have reascended
you have reascended
they have reascended
Past Continuous
I was reascending
you were reascending
he/she/it was reascending
we were reascending
you were reascending
they were reascending
Past Perfect
I had reascended
you had reascended
he/she/it had reascended
we had reascended
you had reascended
they had reascended
Future
I will reascend
you will reascend
he/she/it will reascend
we will reascend
you will reascend
they will reascend
Future Perfect
I will have reascended
you will have reascended
he/she/it will have reascended
we will have reascended
you will have reascended
they will have reascended
Future Continuous
I will be reascending
you will be reascending
he/she/it will be reascending
we will be reascending
you will be reascending
they will be reascending
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reascending
you have been reascending
he/she/it has been reascending
we have been reascending
you have been reascending
they have been reascending
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reascending
you will have been reascending
he/she/it will have been reascending
we will have been reascending
you will have been reascending
they will have been reascending
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reascending
you had been reascending
he/she/it had been reascending
we had been reascending
you had been reascending
they had been reascending
Conditional
I would reascend
you would reascend
he/she/it would reascend
we would reascend
you would reascend
they would reascend
Past Conditional
I would have reascended
you would have reascended
he/she/it would have reascended
we would have reascended
you would have reascended
they would have reascended
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References in classic literature ?
I gave that man some spiritual advice and disposed of him, and then paid the telescope man his full fee, and said that we were charmed with the trip and would remain down, and not reascend and require him to fetch us down by telescope.
Thee I re-visit now with bolder wing, Escap't the STYGIAN Pool, though long detain'd In that obscure sojourn, while in my flight Through utter and through middle darkness borne With other notes then to th' ORPHEAN Lyre I sung of CHAOS and ETERNAL NIGHT, Taught by the heav'nly Muse to venture down The dark descent, and up to reascend, Though hard and rare: thee I revisit safe, And feel thy sovran vital Lamp; but thou Revisit'st not these eyes, that rowle in vain To find thy piercing ray, and find no dawn; So thick a drop serene hath quencht thir Orbs, Or dim suffusion veild.
Seek, then, my lord, seek these gentlemen; and if they will consent to go with you to England, I will give to each a duchy the day that we reascend the throne, besides as much gold as would pave Whitehall.
It was the father of our new acquaintance, the Judge, who first began to reascend in the scale of society; and in this undertaking he was not a little assisted by a marriage, which aided in furnishing the means of educating his only son in a rather better manner than the low state of the common schools of Pennsylvania could promise; or than had been the practice in the family for the two or three preceding generations.
Intervals of silence--and the fire going out just as sound reascends the mouth's cool streams.
Pope's Vulcan is a divine maker whose "matchless might" reaches "th'etherial height," plunges to bumpy "ground," and reascends.
No sooner does he comprehend his fall than he reascends to the surface, his return to life signaled by a resumption of the Homeric contests that constitute his vitality (27):
We sing about this circuitry in the Adventhymn "Savior of the Nations, Come" (LBW #28), "God the Father is his source, Back to God he runs his course; Down to death and hell descends, God's high throne he reascends.