Etymology
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resumption (n.)

mid-15c., resumpcion, "repossessing (by royal authority) of lands, goods, etc., previously granted to someone," a feudal term, from Old French resumption, resompcion, and directly from Medieval Latin resumptionem (nominative resumptio) "a taking up again," noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin resumere "take again, take up again, assume again" (see resume (v.)). The general sense of "act of resuming; a taking up or commencing again" is from 1580s. In 19c. U.S. history, "a return to specie payments by the government."

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Definitions of resumption

resumption (n.)
beginning again;
Synonyms: recommencement
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