Definition of Rehardens
1. reharden [v] - See also: reharden
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Literary usage of Rehardens
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of a Naturalist by John Leonard Knapp (1831)
"... when slackened, or loosened, as is commonly said, nearly one-fourth of its weight.* That lime rehardens after being made soft, as in mortar, ..."
2. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1862)
"In case of the process ne been carried so far as to render the external portion too soft, Prof. Eaton rehardens ..."
3. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1862)
"In case of the process having been carried so far as to render the external portion too soft, Prof. Eaton rehardens this portion by immersing the articles ..."
4. Spinal Curvature Comprising a Description of the Various Types of Curvature by Henry Robert Heather Bigg (1882)
"Under ordinary and favorable circumstances a turning point comes ; the disintegration ceases, the fused and softened bone substance rehardens, and fixes the ..."
5. Illustrations of the Holy Scriptures: Derived Principally from the Manners by George Bush (1865)
"... soon breaking forth from behind the clouds, draws up the little damp that has been left, which soon rehardens the surface of the ground, and renders it ..."