Definition of Redemanding

1. Verb. (present participle of redemand) ¹



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Definition of Redemanding

1. redemand [v] - See also: redemand

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redemanding

redeleted
redeleting
redeliberate
redeliberated
redeliberates
redeliberating
redeliver
redeliverance
redelivered
redeliveries
redelivering
redelivers
redelivery
redemand
redemanded
redemanding (current term)
redemands
redemise
redemises
redemonstrate
redemonstrated
redemonstrates
redemonstrating
redemptible
redemption
redemption game
redemptional
redemptionaries
redemptionary
redemptioner

Literary usage of Redemanding

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1. France by Mayo Williamson Hazeltine, Witt (Henriette Elizabeth), Guizot (François) (1898)
"The compensation, of which Leo X., on redemanding the abolition of the Pragmatic Sanction, had given a peep to Francis I., could not fail to have charms for ..."

2. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1916)
"... national sentiment been more lively, and we see old nations and old languages, which were thought to be slumbering, redemanding their place in the sun. ..."

3. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1897)
"he summed up; and this was the signal for redemanding explanations. Had he not treated me fairly and frankly in handing over my own to me on the day of my ..."

4. A Short History of Germany by Ernest Flagg Henderson (1902)
"... remains in force only until the Catholics shall have increased in power and shall have roused themselves to the point of redemanding all their rights. ..."

5. A Short History of Germany by Ernest Flagg Henderson (1902)
"... remains in force only until the Catholics shall have increased in power and shall have roused themselves to the point of redemanding all their rights. ..."

6. A Short History of Germany: 9 A.D. to 1871 A.D. by Ernest Flagg Henderson (1906)
"... remains in force only until the Catholics shall have increased in power and shall have roused themselves to the point of redemanding all their rights. ..."

7. Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review by William B. Dana (1853)
"... does any one believe this question would be doubtful, if the Minister of Finance would employ all the resources of science and talent in redemanding the ..."

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