Definition of Rebind

1. Verb. Provide with a new binding. "The tattered old book is valuable and we need to rebind it"

Generic synonyms: Bind



Definition of Rebind

1. Verb. To bind again. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rebind

1. bind [v -BOUND, -BINDING, -BINDS] - See also: bind

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebind

rebels
rebend
rebending
rebends
rebent
rebetika
rebetiko
rebid
rebidden
rebidding
rebids
rebill
rebilled
rebilling
rebills
rebind (current term)
rebinding
rebindings
rebinds
rebirth
rebirthings
rebirths
rebit
rebite
rebites
rebiting
rebitings
rebits
rebitten

Literary usage of Rebind

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1. School Library Management by Martha Wilson (1919)
"BINDING—WHEN NOT TO rebind Do not rebind books with pages missing or with inside margins ... As a rule, do not rebind books costing forty cents or less. ..."

2. Instruction in the Use of Books and Libraries by Lucy Ella Fay, Anne Thaxter Eaton (1915)
"(2) rebind all reference books just as soon as they indicate the need of it. (3) rebind all general books of permanent value that cannot be replaced for ..."

3. Instruction in the Use of Books and Libraries: A Text-book for Normal by Lucy Ella Fay, Annie Thaxter Eaton (1919)
"(2) rebind all reference books just as soon as they indicate the need of it. (3) rebind all general books of permanent value that cannot be replaced for ..."

4. Instruction in the Use of Books and Libraries by Lucy Ella Fay, Anne Thaxter Eaton (1915)
"(2) rebind all reference books just as soon as they indicate the need of it. (3) rebind all general books of permanent value that cannot be replaced for ..."

5. School Library Management by Martha Wilson (1922)
"BINDING—WHEN NOT TO rebind Do not rebind books with pages missing or with inside margins ... As a rule, do not rebind books costing fifty cents or less. ..."

6. Library Bookbinding by Arthur Low Bailey (1916)
"If very popular, it may be wise to rebind it, for it must be remembered ... If the book is a trifle shaky in its covers, the decision should be to rebind. ..."

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