Definition of Reminted

1. Verb. (past of remint) ¹



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Definition of Reminted

1. remint [v] - See also: remint

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reminted

reminiscence
reminiscences
reminiscencies
reminiscency
reminiscent
reminiscent aura
reminiscent of(p)
reminiscential
reminiscently
reminiscents
reminiscer
reminiscers
reminisces
reminiscing
remint
reminted (current term)
reminting
remints
remiped
remipede
remipedes
remipeds
remis
remise
remised
remises
remising
remiss
remissful
remissibility

Literary usage of Reminted

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1. Memoranda Concerning Government Bonds by C. B. Fisk (Firm), Fisk (Firm) (1882)
"... Government at the International Monetary Convention held in Paris in 1881.] b. AMOUNT of SILVER WITHDRAWN, SOLD AND reminted BY DANISH GOVERNMENT. ..."

2. Principles of Political Economy by Charles Gide (1902)
"Again, the currency of a country has not usually circulating power in other countries ; it must therefore be reminted. In any case, it must be transported, ..."

3. Holy-days and Holidays: A Treasury of Historical Material, Sermons in Full by Edward Mark Deems (1906)
"It may be reminted for our use in another realm of being, but its value is in the fact that it was mined for us from the heart of the Infinite. ..."

4. The Dictionary of Statistics by Michael George Mulhall (1903)
"... tons net the supposed weight of new metal after deducting what was reminted :— Tons Gold 1851-80 1881-96 Period Total Gross 7.5°° 3.5°° Net 3.900 1500 ..."

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