Definition of Recarries

1. Verb. (third-person singular of recarry) ¹



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Definition of Recarries

1. recarry [v] - See also: recarry

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recarries

recaptures
recapturing
recarbonise
recarbonize
recarbonized
recarbonizes
recarbonizing
recarnified
recarnify
recarpet
recarpeted
recarpeting
recarpets
recarriage
recarried
recarries
recarry
recarrying
recarve
recarved
recarves
recarving
recast
recasting
recasts
recatalog
recataloged
recataloging
recatalogs
recatch

Literary usage of Recarries

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1. Cyclomathesis by William Emerson (1770)
"... the penny white loaf is to weigh 74 oz. out of London. , If a miller carries and recarries his corn, he has a quarter of a peck per ..."

2. The Lords of Dawn: A Novel by George Turner Marsh, Ronald Temple, John J. Newbegin (Firm), Taylor & Taylor (1916)
"Below the miniature falls and fern-swept pools, the water's refrain echoes in a treble—such an echo as recarries the motif in a rhapsody. ..."

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