remand

Part of speech: verb

To order or send back; recommit.

Part of speech: noun

Recommittal.

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Usage examples "remand":

  1. But these great thoughts were interrupted by unhappy news from Sparta; Epicydidas is from thence sent to remand him home, to assist his own country, which was then involved in a great war; Greece to herself doth a barbarian grow, Others could not, she doth herself o'erthrow. - "Plutarch-Lives-of-the-noble-Grecians-and-Romans", Clough, Arthur Hugh.
  2. " Exactly; and I do not ask for a committal, but only for a remand, to give the police an opportunity of collecting further evidence," said Lord Woodruff. - "Dr. Jolliffe's Boys", Lewis Hough.
  3. The question was concerning a further remand, for the magistrate firmly refused to commit the boy for trial on the evidence before them. - "Dr. Jolliffe's Boys", Lewis Hough.