v. t.1.To inaugurate anew.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Even Abraham Lincoln was uneasy at using the word "reconstruction"--he qualified it with add-ons like "what is called reconstruction" or "a plan of reconstruction (as the phrase goes)"--and preferred to speak of the "re-inauguration of the national authority" or the need to "reinaugurate loyal state governments." Unlike the drama of the war years, Reconstruction has no official starting or ending date.
While ostensibly scheduled to reinaugurate the museum's series of monographic In the Tower exhibitions on the occasion of the reopening of its newly renovated East Building, the show also spanned the final stretch of the 2016 presidential campaign, the election, and the inauguration.
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This building is so important, we should invite the US ambassador to officially reinaugurate it."