reconsign

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reconsign

(ˌriːkənˈsaɪn)
vb (tr)
formal to consign (someone or something) again

reconsign


Past participle: reconsigned
Gerund: reconsigning

Imperative
reconsign
reconsign
Present
I reconsign
you reconsign
he/she/it reconsigns
we reconsign
you reconsign
they reconsign
Preterite
I reconsigned
you reconsigned
he/she/it reconsigned
we reconsigned
you reconsigned
they reconsigned
Present Continuous
I am reconsigning
you are reconsigning
he/she/it is reconsigning
we are reconsigning
you are reconsigning
they are reconsigning
Present Perfect
I have reconsigned
you have reconsigned
he/she/it has reconsigned
we have reconsigned
you have reconsigned
they have reconsigned
Past Continuous
I was reconsigning
you were reconsigning
he/she/it was reconsigning
we were reconsigning
you were reconsigning
they were reconsigning
Past Perfect
I had reconsigned
you had reconsigned
he/she/it had reconsigned
we had reconsigned
you had reconsigned
they had reconsigned
Future
I will reconsign
you will reconsign
he/she/it will reconsign
we will reconsign
you will reconsign
they will reconsign
Future Perfect
I will have reconsigned
you will have reconsigned
he/she/it will have reconsigned
we will have reconsigned
you will have reconsigned
they will have reconsigned
Future Continuous
I will be reconsigning
you will be reconsigning
he/she/it will be reconsigning
we will be reconsigning
you will be reconsigning
they will be reconsigning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reconsigning
you have been reconsigning
he/she/it has been reconsigning
we have been reconsigning
you have been reconsigning
they have been reconsigning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reconsigning
you will have been reconsigning
he/she/it will have been reconsigning
we will have been reconsigning
you will have been reconsigning
they will have been reconsigning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reconsigning
you had been reconsigning
he/she/it had been reconsigning
we had been reconsigning
you had been reconsigning
they had been reconsigning
Conditional
I would reconsign
you would reconsign
he/she/it would reconsign
we would reconsign
you would reconsign
they would reconsign
Past Conditional
I would have reconsigned
you would have reconsigned
he/she/it would have reconsigned
we would have reconsigned
you would have reconsigned
they would have reconsigned
References in classic literature ?
Thus they pass on from room to room, raising the pictured Dedlocks for a few brief minutes as the young gardener admits the light, and reconsigning them to their graves as he shuts it out again.
Gerry Burke - who specialises in reconsigning fillies from his CountyWaterford-based Glidawn Stud - was another to land a profitable touch via a daughter of Acclamation.
Moreover, not only is Christendom enriched by the unheard-of quantity of gold and precious goods brought from there, but all commerce with the Ethiopians that has been carried out by the Numidians, the Carthaginians, the Moroccans, and other tribes inimical to the Christian name has ceased, a commerce the proceeds from which, with its great weight and great quantity of gold that stemmed from the constant reconsigning of merchandise over the land routes, was wont to arm and defend all Africa against Christians.