[ verb ] adjust anew
"After moving back to America, he had to readjust"
Used in print(Rocky Mountain News, [Denver, Colorado]...)
Mrs._Marr also has a_number_of parolees to `` mother '' , watching to see that they do not break their parole and that they also learn to readjust to society .(Frank Murphy, "New Southern Fiction: Urban or Ag...)
The thousands of city migrants who desert the farms yearly must readjust with even greater stress and tension : the sacred wilderness is gradually surrendering to suburbs and research parks and industrial areas .