Etymology
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reincarnation (n.)

1829, "fact of repeated incarnation, state of being embodied anew," from re- "back, again" + incarnation. Meaning "a new embodiment" is from 1854.

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devaluation (n.)

"process or fact of being reduced in value," 1898; see de- + valuation. Specific application to currency is from 1914.

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disapprobation (n.)

"act or fact of disapproving; censure, expressed or unexpressed," 1640s; see dis- + approbation.

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wreckage (n.)

1814, "fact of being wrecked," from wreck (v.) + -age. Meaning "remains of a wrecked thing" is from 1832.

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alphabetization (n.)

"act of arranging alphabetically; fact of being alphabetically arranged," 1864, noun of action from alphabetize (v.).

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dethronement (n.)

"act or fact of removing from a throne or deposing from power," 1707; see dethrone + -ment.

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reversal (n.)

late 15c., "act of annulling" (an ordinance, judgment, etc.), also "fact of being reversed," from reverse (v.) + -al (2).

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justness (n.)

"quality or fact of being equitable or by right," early 15c., from just (adj.) + -ness.

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replacement (n.)

"act or fact of being replaced," 1790, from replace (v.) + -ment. Meaning "something that replaces another" is attested from 1894.

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compartmentalization (n.)

also compartmentalisation, "act or fact of being divided into compartments," 1913, from compartmentalize + noun ending -ation.

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