Definition of Remades

1. remade [n] - See also: remade



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remades

relumed
relumes
relumine
relumined
relumines
reluming
relumining
relvar
relvars
rely
rely on
relyed
relying
relyric
remade
remades (current term)
remagnetization
remagnetizations
remagnetize
remagnetized
remagnetizes
remagnetizing
remail
remailed
remailer
remailers
remailing
remails
remain
remain down

Literary usage of Remades

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1. Practical Golf by Walter J. Travis (1901)
"While it is, unfortunately, true that a certain proportion of new balls crack—and a larger percentage of remades, doubtless incidental to the shell of the ..."

2. Practical Golf by Walter J. Travis (1901)
"While it is, unfortunately, true that a certain proportion of new balls crack — and a larger percentage of remades, doubtless incidental to the shell of the ..."

3. Chroniques étrangères relatives aux expéditions franc̜aises pendant le XIIIe edited by Jean Alexandre C. Buchon (1841)
"... e feren cabanyes e remades ; e ordenaren llur ost axi be com si ... fêtes cabanyes e remades en que ..."

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