Definition of Readvised
1. readvise [v] - See also: readvise
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Literary usage of Readvised
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Charges Against the Federal Board for Vocational Education by United States, Congress, Committee on Education, House (1920)
"Well, it has been 100 per cent for the boys. But there was a remark made once up there in conference that a large number of cases had to be readvised, ..."
2. Letters of George Meredith by George Meredith (1912)
"The stranger closer drew ; And Rolfe breathed ' This now is a Jew— German, I deem—but readvised— An Israelite, say, ..."
3. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1907)
"This advice is at once readvised to the foreign bank for the protection of the drawer, as foreign bankers will rarely pay a draft of which they have no ..."
4. Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country (1849)
"... individual independence and a revival of the Republic; then, again, repented of her repentance, and but we know not if she have again readvised herself. ..."
5. The Ivory Tower by Henry James (1917)
"Seen that way, yes, he was a tremendous little person; and Gray, excited, immensely readvised and turning accordingly to his own business, felt the assault ..."
6. Economics as the Basis of Living Ethics: A Study in Scientific Social Philosophyby John Gormley Murdoch by John Gormley Murdoch (1913)
"The more he found himself inclining to socialistic philosophy, the more carefully he readvised with Clark, Boehm- Bawerk, Hadley and other modern orthodox ..."
7. Domestic and Foreign Exchange by Edward Lloyd Stewart Patterson, Alexander Hamilton Institute (U.S.) (1917)
"(If the draft is to be readvised to bank at which it will be presented, a note to this effect is added to the advice.) (f) Particulars of the mode of ..."
8. The New Playground, Or, Wanderings in Algeria by Alexander A. Knox (1881)
"There we remained, I should say, for half an hour, whilst the conducteur readvised himself, and we were allowed to get out, and stand upon solid ground, ..."