Definition of Rehanging

1. Verb. (present participle of rehang) ¹



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Definition of Rehanging

1. rehang [v] - See also: rehang

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rehanging

rehabilitator
rehabilitators
rehabilitee
rehabilitees
rehabs
rehammer
rehammered
rehammering
rehammers
rehandle
rehandled
rehandles
rehandling
rehang
rehanged
rehanging (current term)
rehangs
rehappen
rehappened
rehappening
rehappens
reharden
rehardened
rehardening
rehardens
reharmonisation
reharmonise
reharmonization
reharmonizations
reharmonize

Literary usage of Rehanging

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1. The Antiquary by Edward Walford, John Charles Cox, George Latimer Apperson (1881)
"Great Tom" had lost his voice, being cracked ; the " Lady Bells" required rehanging ; and the ring in St. Hugh's steeple was thoroughly out of repair, ..."

2. Alsace in Rust and Gold by Edith O'Shaughnessy (1920)
"They were rehanging the portraits of their ancestors.1 Whereby hangs the tale ... Hence the rehanging of the ancestors, at their own, I mean the sisters', ..."

3. The Church Bells of Northamptonshire: Their Inscriptions, Traditions, and by Thomas North (1878)
"Mr. Blackwell for rehanging the bells 6 10 o The bell was, as it shows, recast by Mr. Taylor. Mr. Blackwell lived at Twywell and was the agent employed. ..."

4. The Bookman (1905)
"... as nothing could be dearer to the man himself than the preservation of his church—the repair of its weather-worn stonework, the rehanging of its bells, ..."

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