Definition of Redrill

1. Verb. To drill again or anew. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Redrill

1. drill [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: drill

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redrill

redresser
redressers
redresses
redressible
redressing
redressive
redressless
redressment
redressments
redressor
redressors
redrew
redried
redries
redrill (current term)
redrilled
redrilling
redrills
redrive
redriven
redrives
redriving
redroot
redroots
redrove
redrum
redrumed
redruming
redrums

Literary usage of Redrill

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1. Summary of Operations; Annual Report of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor by California Division of Oil and Gas, California, California Division of Mines, Division of Mines and Geology, Division of Oil and Gas (1918)
"1. supplementary redrill. P 5-115. Approved proposal to redrill and shut off ... B8, redrill. P 5-283. Approved proposal to mud upper oil sand and cement ..."

2. A Library of Poetry and Song: Being Choice Selections from the Best Poets by William Cullen Bryant (1872)
"From Henry's Chapel, Rufus' Hall, To Savoy, Temple, and St. Paul ; From Knightsbridge, Paneras, Camden Town, To redrill'e, Shadwell, ..."

3. Practical Oil Geology: The Application of Geology to Oil Field Problems by Dorsey Hager (1919)
"When casing troubles are at hand in oil wells, it is extremely valuable to know the location of important sands to intelligently redrill the well. ..."

4. Practical Oil Geology: The Application of Geology to Oil Field Problems by Dorsey Hager (1916)
"... extremely valuable to know the location of important sands to intelligently redrill the well. The knowledge of certain formations in a new well enables ..."

5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1921)
"Another way is to redrill the well and land a water string below the edge-water sand and the well made to produce from the lower zone ..."

6. Electric Railway Handbook: A Reference Book of Practice Data, Formulas and by Albert Sutton Richey, William Charles Greenough (1915)
"... to¬ęcut and redrill each inner rail, rather than let the inner joints run ahead until a rail i ft. or more shorter than the standard length can be used. ..."

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