Definition of Retracking
1. retrack [v] - See also: retrack
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retracking
Literary usage of Retracking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. &c by Emmeline Stuart-Wortley (1853)
"... the noble stream : so for awhile they m become in a way " Ancient Mariners" of the Hudson, perpetually tracking and retracking its liquid thoroughfare. ..."
2. The Labour Gazette by Canada Dept. of Labour (1903)
"The Street Railway Company is extending its system to the ocean wharf and retracking a portion of the old line. A joint stock company is being formed to ..."
3. The Labour Gazette by Canada Dept. of Labour (1902)
"The money will be spent in the erection of a new and commodious car shed and repair shop, and in retracking and improving the road bed. ..."
4. Transforming South Africa by Armin Osmanovic (2002)
"Orange, M. (2000), Retracking the "Reconstruction"-idea in the Discourse of 20ch Century South African Planning. Paper read at the Planning for ..."
5. The Indiana School Journal by Indiana State Teachers Association (1897)
"... and emphatic with Clara, while giving at the same time an opportunity to the rest of the class of retracking the old brain paths with some divergences. ..."