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 ?
However, as it was brown, even to Bella's taste, the young lady graciously partook of it without reconsignment to the frying-pan, and also, in due course, of the contents of the two bottles: whereof one held Scotch ale and the other rum.
Snagsby, on pain of instant reconsignment to her patron saint, not to omit the ceremony of announcement.
Price seems to have even fewer qualms: she packs off ten-year-old Fanny without a second thought, except a passing surprise that the wealthy sister should request a girl for reconsignment.
Harriet Smith has not been adopted at all; she has been subjected to a quasi-commercial transaction, which shows the reconsignment of the child at its most commodified.
But it is of course in Fanny Price that we see the clearest and most interesting pattern of the anguish of reconsignment.
What this assertion leaves out of account is the emotional complications of Fanny's reconsignment to another family; because it suits the fosterers, she is expected to take on the sibling incest prohibition, without in fact having anything like sibling footing in respect of fortune or freedom in the household.
ABF provides an e-mail confirmation of the reconsignment and a statement of revised charges.
Likewise, your company's dispatch team needs to be well staffed and well educated to ensure that superior communications are in place that can facilitate extraordinary events like system failures, surge, vacations, illnesses, reconsignments, returns, and detention.