Definition of Retackling

1. retackle [v] - See also: retackle



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retackling

resystematize
resystematized
resystematizes
resystematizing
ret
retable
retables
retablo
retablos
retack
retacked
retacking
retackle
retackled
retackles
retackling (current term)
retacks
retag
retagged
retagger
retaggers
retagging
retags
retail
retail chain
retail merchant
retail pharmacy
retail price index
retail store
retail theft

Literary usage of Retackling

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Isthmus of Darien in 1852: Journal of the Expedition of Inquiry for the by Lionel Gisborne (1853)
"... and the chief delay is caused by casting off, entering it, and retackling. It is, therefore, very advantageous to have all the locks together, ..."

2. Zillah: A Tale of the Holy City by Horace Smith (1829)
"... he rode round the lake for the runaway horse, which the peasants had secured, and returning with it, assisted in retackling it to the vehicle ..."

3. Doing Their Bit; War Work at Home: War Work at Home by Boyd Cable (1916)
"... me to them and gave me a chance to speak to them and tell them that I hoped to let the Front know of their plucky retackling of their old jobs. ..."

4. Doing Their Bit; War Work at Home: War Work at Home by Boyd Cable (1916)
"... me to them and gave me a chance to speak to them and tell them that I hoped to let the Front know of their plucky retackling of their old jobs. ..."

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