Definition of Resharpening

1. Verb. (present participle of resharpen) ¹



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Definition of Resharpening

1. resharpen [v] - See also: resharpen

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resharpening

reshake
reshaken
reshakes
reshaking
reshapable
reshape
reshapeable
reshaped
reshaper
reshapers
reshapes
reshaping
reshapings
resharpen
resharpened
resharpening (current term)
resharpens
reshave
reshaved
reshaven
reshaves
reshaving
resheath
resheathe
resheathed
resheathes
resheathing
resheaths
reshelve
reshelved

Literary usage of Resharpening

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1. Spons' Mechanics' Own Book: A Manual for Handicraftsmen and Amateurs by Spon (1901)
"The requisite numbs of improved grinding machines, with special mechanical appliances, is as folio« :- 2 patent grindstones for resharpening cutters ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1922)
"A recent questionnaire brought out the following facts: The double- arc, double-taper bit and cross bit give the best service; resharpening of the drill ..."

3. Machine Shop Work: A Comprehensive Manual of Approved Shop Methods by Frederick Warren Turner, Charles Oscar Eugene Perrigo, Howard Parker Fairfield, American Technical Society (1919)
"Great care should be exercised in the resharpening of drills. The cone point of a drill should be symmetrical, that is, the lips should be of the same ..."

4. Electric Car Maintenance: Selected from the Electric Railway Journal by Walter Jackson (1914)
"They can mill twenty-eight commutators without resharpening, whereas the square teeth could mill only twelve commutators without resharpening. ..."

5. Machinery and Supplies for Saw Mills, Phosphate Mines, Fertilizer Factories by Cameron & Barkley Company (1911)
"Moreover, after each resharpening the file is again equal to new. While the first cost of the "Vixen" Patent Hand Milling Tool may appear to be high, ..."

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