Definition of Retear

1. Verb. To tear again. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Retear

1. tear [v -TORE, -TORN, -TEARING, -TEARS] - See also: tear

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retear

rete pegs
rete ridges
rete subpapillare
rete testis
rete vasculosum articulare
rete venosum dorsale manus
rete venosum dorsale pedis
rete venosum plantare
reteach
reteaches
reteaching
reteam
reteamed
reteaming
reteams
retear (current term)
retearing
retears
retecious
retection
retections
retee
reteed
reteeing
retees
retelecast
retelecasted
retelecasting
retelecasts
retell

Literary usage of Retear

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1. Specimens of Middle Scots by George Gregory Smith (1902)
"... maid haist: 15 many honest man then followed, and maid suche diligence, that thei caused the frenche ones to retear somewhat ..."

2. Specimens of Middle Scots by George Gregory Smith (1902)
"... maid haist: 15 many honest man then followed, and maid suche diligence, that thei caused the frenche ones to retear somewhat ..."

3. History of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots by Joseph Adolphe Petit (1874)
"... him to retear himself from the furie of the people to some pairt out of the kingdome, for a small tyme, untill he wrought business in a right posture ..."

4. History of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots by Joseph Adolphe Petit (1874)
"... him to retear himself from the furie of the people to some pairt out of the kingdome, for a small tyme, untill he wrought business in a right posture ..."

5. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by T. M. Hughes (1845)
"... the neighbours say to each other (for Spanish women seem to have nothing to do but to gaze out of the window): Ahora vase cucha- retear. ..."

6. Revelations of Spain in 1845 by Terence MacMahon Hughes (1845)
"... the neighbours say to each other (for Spanish women seem to have nothing to do but to gaze out of the window) : Ahora vase cucha- retear. ..."

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