reconfer

reconfer

(ˌriːkənˈfɜː)
vb
to confer again
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Christopher Hodgkins notes the ecclesiastical and political implications of the scene and writes that once Bedivere casts the sword away, the emergence of the mystic, receiving hand from the lake seems to reconfirm a divine presence that reconfers divine blessing on some future British holy warrior.
D'Aubigne's father reconfers the ability of self-expression on his son in textual, rather than solely verbal, form: he promises to have d'Aubigne's translation of Plato printed.