Definition of Rebacking

1. reback [v] - See also: reback



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebacking

reavows
reawake
reawaked
reawaken
reawakened
reawakening
reawakens
reawakes
reawaking
reawoke
reawoken
rebab
rebabs
reback
rebacked
rebacking
rebacks
rebadge
rebadged
rebadges
rebadging
rebag
rebagged
rebagger
rebaggers
rebagging
rebags
rebait
rebaited
rebaiting

Literary usage of Rebacking

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Book Repair and Restoration: A Manual of Practical Suggestions for Bibliophiles by Mitchell Starrett Buck, Alfred Bonnardot (1918)
"In rebacking books bound in old calf or sheep, a smooth- grain brown morocco, such as that known to the trade as Spanish morocco, will be found satisfactory ..."

2. Book Repair and Restoration: A Manual of Practical Suggestions for Bibliophiles by Mitchell Starrett Buck, Alfred Bonnardot (1918)
"In rebacking books bound in old calf or sheep, a smooth- grain brown morocco, such as that known to the trade as Spanish morocco, will be found satisfactory ..."

3. Book Repair and Restoration: A Manual of Practical Suggestions for by Mitchell Starrett Buck, Alfred Bonnardot (1918)
"In rebacking books bound in old calf or sheep, a smooth- grain brown morocco, such as that known to the trade as Spanish morocco, will be found satisfactory ..."

4. Annual Report of the Worcester County Law Library by Worcester County Law Library (Mass.) (1908)
"GE WIRE, Worcester, March 1, 1916. Deputy Librarian. Rebacking Law Books Rebacking is only one form or manifestation of repairing ..."

5. Library Bookbinding by Arthur Low Bailey (1916)
"Rebacking At this point some binders reback to make a sharp joint, and to make the book open ... It is doubtful, however, if rebacking is always necessary. ..."

6. Papers and Proceedings of the ... General Meeting of the American Library by American Library Association General Meeting (1892)
"Owing to the fact that rebacking requires a greater proportionate outlay in labor than binding, it is proportionately more expensive; yet whenever the ..."

7. American Book Prices Current (1917)
"Modern Painters. 5 vols., 1873-74. With Stones of Venice, 3 vols., 1873. Autograph edition. Lond., 1873-74. 8 vols., 8vo. Cf., ge (needs rebacking ..."

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