Definition of Rewidening

1. rewiden [v] - See also: rewiden



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewidening

reweighting
reweights
reweld
rewelded
rewelding
rewelds
rewet
rewets
rewetted
rewetting
rewful
rewicker
rewickering
rewiden
rewidened
rewidening
rewidens
rewild
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rewilding
rewilds
rewin
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rewindable
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rewinders
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rewinning

Literary usage of Rewidening

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1. The Mineral Resources of the United States: And the Importance and Necessity by Adolph Sutro (1868)
"... in repeated rewidening and partial reclosing. Another dynamical process was the separation of fragments from the hanging wall of the fissure. ..."

2. The Comstock Lode: Its Character, and the Probable Mode of Its Continuance by Ferdinand Richthofen (1866)
"It continued, as mentioned before, in repeated rewidening and partial reclosing., Another dynamical process was the separation of fragments from the hanging ..."

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