Definition of Rewraps

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rewrap) ¹



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Definition of Rewraps

1. rewrap [v] - See also: rewrap

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewraps

rewords
rewore
rework
reworkability
reworked
reworking
reworkings
reworks
reworn
rewound
rewove
rewoven
rewrap
rewrapped
rewrapping
rewraps (current term)
rewrapt
rewritable
rewrite
rewrite man
rewriteable
rewriteman
rewritemen
rewriter
rewriters
rewrites
rewriting
rewritings
rewritten
rewrote

Literary usage of Rewraps

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1. Electric Railway Transportation by Henry William Blake, Walter Jackson (1917)
"... but sometimes it may cost more to repack them for resale than to print and issue additional tickets. One company, for example, rewraps such tokens ..."

2. Electric Railway Transportation by Henry William Blake, Walter Jackson (1917)
"... for example, rewraps such tokens in sealed envelopes to sell them under conditions which will prevent manipulation by conductors. ..."

3. Electric Railway Transportation by Henry William Blake, Walter Jackson (1917)
"One company, for example, rewraps such tokens in sealed envelopes to sell them under conditions which will prevent manipulation by conductors. ..."

4. Afoot and Afloat in Burma by Alfred Henry Williams (1922)
"... who takes out the amount required for the fare, rewraps the change, and hands it back; and thus the monk himself does not actually touch the money, ..."

5. Sanguine Fluid: EVOLUTION OF DEATH: Double Novel Edition by James Spade (2006)
"She rewraps the towel snug around her body before sitting. He takes the cushion next to her and puts his elbows on his knees and his forehead against his ..."

6. The Green Curve by Ernest Dunlop Swinton (1914)
"Though he is becoming chilled and stiff, he does not notice the rain; his foot feels cool, and he carefully rewraps it in the now wet rag. ..."

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