Definition of Rebuilded

1. rebuild [v] - See also: rebuild



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebuilded

rebroke
rebroken
rebs
rebud
rebuff
rebuffed
rebuffer
rebuffered
rebuffering
rebuffers
rebuffing
rebuffingly
rebuffs
rebuild
rebuildable
rebuilded (current term)
rebuilder
rebuilders
rebuilding
rebuilds
rebuilt
rebukable
rebuke
rebuked
rebukeful
rebuker
rebukers
rebukes
rebukest
rebuketh

Literary usage of Rebuilded

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1. Sermons by Henry Melvill (1853)
"... shall be splendidly rebuilded ; and the Church of the Redeemer, composed of glorified souls in glorified bodies, shall be found resting tranquilly in ..."

2. Indiana and Indianans: A History of Aboriginal and Territorial Indiana and by Jacob Piatt Dunn, General William Harrison Kemper (1919)
"... and was one of that group of men who rebuilded and reconstructed the greater Chicago after the fire of 1871. Col. Daniel Jones married Mary Harris, ..."

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