Definition for RE-VEN'DI-CATE

RE-VEN'DI-CATE, v.t. [Fr. revendiquer; re and vendiquer, to claim or challenge, L. vindico. See Vindicate.]

To reclaim what has been taken away; to claim to have restored what has been seized. Should some subsequent fortunate revolution deliver it from the conqueror's yoke, it can revendicate them. – Vattel, Trans.

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