re-eligible

re-eligible

(riːˈɛlɪdʒɪbəl)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) eligible again, esp able to re-elected for an office or function
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re-eligible

[ˈriːˈelɪdʒəbl] ADJreelegible

re-eligible

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That magistrate is to be elected for four years; and is to be re-eligible as often as the people of the United States shall think him worthy of their confidence.
And, along with fellow panellists Niall McMorrow, who started against the Rebels, Kevin O'Loughlin, also a used sub in the semi-final, Liam Rush, who would have lined out but for a hand injury, and squad member Darren Kelly, the St Vincent's lad is re-eligible for next year's championship campaign.
Life has been a little more manageable for Hernandez since she became re-eligible for SCHIP funds, but she has not forgotten all the fears and sacrifices that go along with being uninsured.
The athlete is now re-eligible to compete with immediate effect," said the IAAF after lifting their racing sanction against Chambers, who was understood to owe them a six-figure sum.
The IAAF says Chambers is now re-eligible to compete with immediate effect.
Those previously nominated in 2000 or later can be made re-eligible for the balloting this year if the nominator sends two new letters of recommendation from researchers.
Thus, only by allowing young adults to become immediately re-eligible for SSI at the point of employment loss will this program truly be a safety net; otherwise, it might as well be a very large bungee cord.