Definition of Refroze

1. Verb. (simple past of refreeze) ¹



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Definition of Refroze

1. refreeze [v] - See also: refreeze

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Refroze

refrigeratorlike
refrigerators
refrigeratory
refringe
refringed
refringence
refringences
refringencies
refringency
refringent
refringes
refront
refronted
refronting
refronts
refroze (current term)
refrozen
refry
refrying
refs
refsum's disease
refsum disease
reft
refudiate
refudiated
refudiates
refudiating
refuel
refuelable

Literary usage of Refroze

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1. Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal (1841)
"... then swelled and refroze : the living one cooled to 29i deg., ... of the same temperature : the frozen egg refroze seven minutes sooner than the other ..."

2. How to Do Science Experiments with Children by Joan Bentley (2003)
"It then refroze as the salt became diluted. The string stuck to the cube as the water around it refroze. 8. Have students answer the conclusion question on ..."

3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1919)
"... and on every alternate day for about another month, melted and refroze them after streaking a loopful from each container across an Endo plate. ..."

4. Permafrost: North American Contribution [to The] Second International Conference by Building Research Advisory Board Staff (1973)
"Within 5 days the well refroze and an ice plug was again drilled out. The well then remained operative throughout the summer. At the end of the summer, ..."

5. Jasper Crowe by John Henry Mancur (1843)
"À sudden change of wind to northward, refroze the ground, and facilitated the march of the troops over the clayey roads. To avoid the appearance of ..."

6. A Ride Through Western Asia by Charles Clive Bigham Mersey (1897)
"The early morning and the late evening were the most trying, as when the sun was not up, the cut-up snow on the track refroze, and we had to ..."

7. Advanced Elementary Science: Being Part II of Systematic Science Teaching, a by Edward Gardnier Howe (1900)
"(Wire conducted the heat into the ice and so melted its way through, but the ice refroze as fast as the wire passed. ..."

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