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Difference between 'Reclaim' and 'Re-claim'

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To reclaim is 'to win back or away from vice or error'.

To re-claim is to claim again.

Sample Usage

1. He was reclaimed from the ways of sin by his devoted wife.
2. A wallet has been found and can be reclaimed at the manager's office.

1. He re-claimed the property on another ground.
2. Australia re-claimed ashes cup.

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