Definition of Relucting

1. Verb. (present participle of reluct) ¹

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Definition of Relucting

1. reluct [v] - See also: reluct

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relucting

reluctance
reluctance motor
reluctance motors
reluctances
reluctancies
reluctancy
reluctant
reluctantly
reluctate
reluctated
reluctates
reluctating
reluctation
reluctations
relucted
relucting (current term)
reluctivity
relucts
relume
relumed
relumes
relumine
relumined
relumines
reluming
relumining
relvar
relvars
rely
rely on

Literary usage of Relucting

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1. Mark Twain: The Personal and Literary Life of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine (1912)
"My visit at Stormfield came to an end with tender relucting on his part and on mine. Every morning before I dressed I heard him sounding my name through the ..."

2. The South Carolina Historical Magazine by South Carolina Historical Society (1900)
"... by reducing his provision to the quantity required in strict prudence to a voyage to Philadelphia by relucting and excluding such bulky articles of ..."

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