Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: reclaim
IPA transcription: [ɹikl'eɪm]
Pronunciations of reclaim
verb meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: reclaim, repossess
    Meaning: claim back
Usage examples
  • His friends at Government House, bewildered at this change in him, sought to reclaim him.
  • "Why, Perry," I exclaimed, "you and I may reclaim a whole world! Together we can lead the races of men out of the darkness of ignorance into the light of advancement and civilization.
  • "Incredible carelessness!--And you cannot shoe a horse, or cut his mane and tail; or worm a dog, or crop his ears, or cut his dew-claws; or reclaim a hawk, or give him his casting-stones, or direct his diet when he is sealed; or"--
  • Their eyes of compassion, of real sentimental affection, will be involuntarily extended after them, in their greatest excesses of iniquity; and those fine filaments of consanguinity, which gently entwine themselves around the heart where filial love and parental care is equal, will be lengthened, and enlarged to cords seemingly of sufficient strength to reach and reclaim the wanderer.
  • The Congress, initiated by Virginia for the laudable purpose of endeavoring, by constitutional means, to adjust all the issues which threatened the peace of the country, failed to achieve anything that would cause or justify a reconsideration by the seceded States of their action to reclaim the grants they had made to the General Government, and to maintain for themselves a separate and independent existence.
0. Word pronunciation is derived from article recording Wife selling (English custom), License CC BY-SA 4.0