Definition of Restretch

1. Verb. To stretch again or anew. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Restretch

1. stretch [v -ED, -ING, -ES] - See also: stretch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Restretch

restrategizing
restratification
restratifications
restreak
restreaked
restreaking
restreaks
restrengthen
restrengthened
restrengthening
restrengthens
restress
restressed
restresses
restressing
restretch (current term)
restretched
restretches
restretching
restricken
restrict
restricted
restricted function
restricted functions
restrictedly
restricting
restriction
restriction-site polymorphism
restriction endonuclease
restriction enzyme

Literary usage of Restretch

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1. The Berber; Or, The Mountaineer of the Atlas: A Tale of Morocco by William Starbuck Mayo (1850)
"The Berber sprang down the pathway from the ruins to the ravine, where three or four men were engaged in restretch- ing and securing the cords of the bridge ..."

2. History of the Twelfth Regiment, New Hampshire Volunteers in the War of the by Asa W. Bartlett (1897)
"He helped tear down and restretch the telegraph wire at Drury's Bluff.* Married Lizzie E., daughter of Andrew Riggs, of Gloucester, Mass., February 6, 1869. ..."

3. A Treatise on Steam-boilers: Their Strength, Construction, and Economical by Robert Wilson (1889)
"If we continue to stretch our bar by increasing the load until it tears asunder, and then restretch the broken pieces, we shall find that they will bear as ..."

4. A Treatise on Steam Boilers: Their Strength Construction, and Econmical Working by Robert Wilson (1879)
"If we continue to stretch our bar by increasing the load until it tears asunder, and then restretch the broken pieces, we shall find that they will bear as ..."

5. Structural Drafting and the Design of Details by Carlton Thomas Bishop (1920)
"It is often impossible to restretch the cloth flat until the selvage is removed, and at times it is difficult to do so at all; hence it is important to ..."

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