Definition of Rehammering

1. Verb. (present participle of rehammer) ¹



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Definition of Rehammering

1. rehammer [v] - See also: rehammer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rehammering

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rehabilitation of speech and language disorders
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rehabilitationist
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rehabilitations
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rehabilitator
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rehammer
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rehammering (current term)
rehammers
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reharden

Literary usage of Rehammering

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1. Practical Ship Production by Andrew Williams Carmichael (1919)
"Some may be made good by rehammering, but others will have to be cut out and new rivets driven in their places. The methods of cutting out rivets are ..."

2. Practical Ship Production by Andrew Williams Carmichael (1919)
"All rivets should be carefully tested and those found defective marked. Some may be made good by rehammering, but others will have to be cut out and new ..."

3. Iron and Steel: (a Pocket Encyclopedia) Including Allied Industries and Sciences by Hugh Philip Tiemann (1910)
"It depends upon (a) forging a heated bar covered first with common salt, and afterward with a miscellaneous mixture, (6) reheating and rehammering, ..."

4. Iron and Steel (a Pocket Encyclopedia): Including Allied Industries and Sciences by Hugh Philip Tiemann (1919)
"It depends upon (a) forging a heated bar covered first with common salt, and afterward with a miscellaneous mixture, (b) reheating and rehammering, ..."

5. Magnetism and Electricity by Frederick Guthrie (1876)
"... position and struck will have similar but more permanent poles developed in it; these are also reversable on inverting the poker and rehammering it. ..."

6. Magnetism and Electricity by Frederick Guthrie (1876)
"... position and struck will have similar but more permanent poles developed in it • these are also reversable on inverting the poker and rehammering it. ..."

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