Definition of Rebooks

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rebook) ¹



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Definition of Rebooks

1. rebook [v] - See also: rebook

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebooks

rebody
rebodying
reboil
reboiled
reboiling
reboils
rebolter
rebolters
rebond
rebonded
rebonding
rebonds
rebook
rebooked
rebooking
rebooks (current term)
reboot
rebootable
rebooted
rebooting
reboots
rebop
rebops
rebore
rebored
rebores
reboring
reborn
reborne
reborrow

Literary usage of Rebooks

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1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1892)
"For the rebooks, but the only one that will live, and eminently maining five years of his life he was busy in producing deserves to live, is his Familiar ..."

2. Artemus Ward in London: And Other Papers by Artemus Ward (1867)
"... which doesn't have a existence, but far otherwise, and never did. , There is those who larf at these things, but to me they merit rebooks and frowns. ..."

3. Dictionnaire anglais-franca̧is: et français-anglais by Abel Boyer, Nicholas Salmon, Louis Francoi̧s Fain (1821)
"... Jt poil.fà contre-foil) against I he hair , the wrong way- rebooks, t, adj. cross, cross grained. ..."

4. Regulations by Railway Clearing House, London Railway Clearing House, Midland Railway Company (1866)
"... the Clearing House by the Agent who rebooks. VII. Companies may deliver Stock at any Junction of the Owner's Delivery of Stock. ..."

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