Definition of Rejigging

1. Verb. (present participle of rejig) ¹



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Definition of Rejigging

1. rejig [v] - See also: rejig

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rejigging

rejectionists
rejections
rejectitious
rejective
rejectment
rejectments
rejector
rejectors
rejects
rejig
rejigged
rejigger
rejiggered
rejiggering
rejiggers
rejigging (current term)
rejiggle
rejigs
rejoiced
rejoicement
rejoicements
rejoicer
rejoicers
rejoices
rejoicest
rejoiceth
rejoicing
rejoicingly
rejoicings

Literary usage of Rejigging

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1. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1900)
"Lead and blende middle product to rejigging and cobbing. 5-Sieve.—Rich blende middle product to cobbing or special rolls. 4-Sif'<e. ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1918)
"middling was in sizes coarser than 2 mm. The results of the test seem to indicate that by careful rejigging and ..."

3. A Text Book of Ore Dressing by Robert Hallowell Richards, Earl Smith Bardwell, Edwin G. Goodwin (1909)
"From overflow of mineral and rejigging sand tanks; deliver 4.41 tons per 24 hours, as plug discharges, running 1.94% in copper, to (23); and overflows to ..."

4. With Sampson Through the War by William Athelstane Meredith Goode, William Thomas Sampson, Robley Dunglison Evans, Chapman C. Todd (1899)
"Through ignorance rejigging naval matters some writers in the newspapers gal^Pto the public the impression that Schley was in joint command with Sampson, ..."

5. Mines Register: Successor to the Mines Handbook and the Copper Handbook by Horace Jared Stevens, 1866-1912, Walter Harvey Weed, 1862-, Walter Garfield Neale, Lenox Hawes Rand, Edward Barney Sturgis, Joseph Zimmerman (1903)
"Chilean mills are to lie used for regrinding the coarse sands from the stamps, preliminary to rejigging. ..."

6. Zinc and Lead Deposits of the Upper Mississippi Valley by Harry Foster Bain (1907)
"... including the International and the Lang. In a few cases after roasting, the material is cleaned by rejigging instead of treating with magnets. ..."

7. Mineral Resources by Geological Survey of New South Wales (1898)
"... together with the second and third concentrates from the jigger after rejigging, can be profitably smelted at .a considerable reduction on the previous ..."

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