Definition of Reoiled
1. reoil [v] - See also: reoil
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Literary usage of Reoiled
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Program of Training in Gas Defense for Divisional Anti-gas Schools by Army War College (U.S.) (1917)
"Rifles and machine guns must be cleaned after a gas attack and then reoiled. Oil cleaning will prevent corrosion for 12 hours or more, but the first ..."
2. Journal by California Legislature. Assembly, California, Legislature (1912)
"... piled or replied, capped or recapped, oiled or reoiled, and to order the construction or reconstruction therein of sidewalks, crosswalks, culverts, ..."
3. Household Engineering: Scientific Management in the Home by Christine Frederick, American School of Home Economics (1919)
"It should not be wiped with water, but reoiled with good boiled linseed oil every three months or so, being sure to "rub out" the excess oil. ..."
4. City Milk Supply by Horatio Newton Parker (1917)
"The gearings should be flushed once a month with a good grade of kerosene and then reoiled with lubricating oil. In purchasing a separator attention should ..."
5. Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States by Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting (1906)
"Whenever found, I reoiled the pool. Frequently, at first, the larvae were so numerous that they could be discovered with a glass, or even the naked eye; ..."
6. The Starrett Book for Machinists' Apprentices by Howard Parker Fairfield, Carl Stephen Dow (1917)
"... as, for example, the ways upon which the carriage moves, which by construction are hard to protect from dirt, should be frequently cleaned and reoiled. ..."