re-anoint

re-anoint

vb (tr)
formal or jocular to anoint (a person or thing) again
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Because in Britain we don't really disapprove, we don't really despair - we just degrade and then decide when the time's right to re-anoint someone with the crown we kicked off them.
At the end of the month the Republicans hold their convention in New York to re-anoint their Commander-in-Chief, George W Bush.