Definition of Refreezes

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

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Definition of Refreezes

1. refreeze [v] - See also: refreeze

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refreezes

refrainment
refrainments
refrains
reframe
reframed
reframer
reframers
reframes
reframing
reframings
refrangibilities
refrangibility
refrangible
refrangibleness
refreeze
refreezes (current term)
refreezing
refrein
refreins
refrenation
refrenations
refresh
refreshable
refreshaholic
refreshed
refreshen
refreshened
refreshening
refreshens
refresher

Literary usage of Refreezes

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1. Probability of Sea Level Rise by James G. Titus, Vijay K. Narayanan (1998)
"... refreeze reduces the initial contribution by only about 25 percent.19 Elevations Where All Melt Water refreezes In equilibrium, our calculations do not ..."

2. A Text-book of Physics by Louis Bevier Spinney (1911)
"pressure it immediately refreezes. This refreezing of the water as it escapes from the region of high pressure is known as ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1882)
"The accepted explanation of this is that the pressure thaws a portion of the ice and that some of the water thus formed refreezes. ..."

4. Elements of Geology: A Text-book for Colleges and for the General Reader by Joseph LeConte (1896)
"A molecule takes up heat by melting, runs down to an infinitesimally lower point, refreezes, and in so doing gives up its heat and melts another molecule, ..."

5. Hours of Exercise in the Alps by John Tyndall (1895)
"On escaping from the pressure this water refreezes and cements the pieces of ice together.' i Proc. Roy. Soc. vol. ix. p. 1*1 ; and vol. xp 152. PhiL Mag. ..."

6. Permafrost: North American Contribution [to The] Second International Conference by Building Research Advisory Board Staff (1973)
"... melting of ice and a flow of water from the warm side of the particles to the cold side where the water refreezes, displacing the particles forward. ..."

7. Heat a Mode of Motion by John Tyndall (1915)
"... being below 32° in temperature, refreezes on T"Ml*"*g fr°m the pressure, this new ice forming the cement which unites the contiguous surfaces. ..."

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