When adultescents return home, mothers tend to reinvest full throttle in their dormant parenting role.
Valiantly, there was an attempt to reinvest in Lady Mary in her new and—you guessed it!
My practice is to reinvest my clients' money when it is entirely under my control.
Every time they would take the money and reinvest in more buildings.
If we're allowed to develop, to reinvest our profits, we'll become the nucleus of independent asterite enterprise.
We will have to capitalize the interest payments and reinvest them abroad.
I have often been tempted to reinvest at a greater rate of interest, but I've never dared.
Every six months he went to Paris, no doubt to draw and reinvest his income.
Probably he has never ventured even to reinvest his little legacy.
Certain wealthy investors had, much to her disappointment, decided not to reinvest their dividends, and had kept her cheques.
late 14c., "to clothe in the official robes of an office," from Latin investire "to clothe in, cover, surround," from in "in, into" (see in- (2)) + vestire "to dress, clothe" (see wear). The meaning "use money to produce profit" first attested 1610s in connection with the East Indies trade, and is probably a borrowing of Italian investire (13c.) from the same Latin root, via the notion of giving one's capital a new form. The military meaning "to besiege" is from c.1600. Related: Invested; investing.