Definition of resume:
suck, go on with, lift out, proceed, continue, sum up, borrow, latch on, recapitulate, add, hook on, take over, bring back, total, cure, fall/fit into place, tot, soak up, survey, study, vignette, view, come back to, be restored, imbibe, appraise, scoop, scoop up, sum, originate, curriculum vitae, bidder, commence, heal, assume, begin, reoccupy, take in, summarize, bestride, draw, tote up, recuperate, appraisal, keep up, pick up, arrive, add up, recover, take, rerun, repeat, apply, reassume, repossess, round-up, re-claim, bow, bid, reproduce, come into being, cartoon, go on, restart, crouch, reanimate, suck in, cower, give, strike, develop, return, carry on, adopt, balance, summarise, affirmative action, tot up, double over, re-start, summate, regain, biodata, start, keep on, seize on, absorb, be cured _or_ healed, suck up, bend, CV, retake, sorb, report, tally, fasten on, sight, account, take back, recruit, sketch, retrieve, crane, arise, restore, set in, applicant, burrow, application form, crook, application, add together, replay, scoop out, retry, sop up, take-up.
- "Victor Ollnee's Discipline", Hamlin Garland.
- "The Project Gutenberg Memoirs of Napoleon Bonaparte", Bourrienne, Constant, and Stewarton.
- "History of the French Revolution from 1789 to 1814", F. A. M. Miguet.