Definition of Recharting

1. rechart [v] - See also: rechart



Lexicographical Neighbors of Recharting

recharge
rechargeable
rechargeables
recharged
recharger
rechargers
recharges
recharging
rechargings
rechart
recharted
recharter
rechartered
rechartering
recharters
recharting
recharts
rechase
rechased
rechases
rechasing
rechate
rechates
rechauffe
rechauffes
recheat
recheated
recheating
recheats
recheck

Literary usage of Recharting

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

1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1911)
"The recharting of the coast was proceeding, and half would be completed at the close of the year. Much was being done in road-making, water-supply, ..."

2. Our Inland Seas: Their Shipping & Commerce for Three Centuries by James Cooke Mills (1910)
"... engaged in special survey duty along the chain of lakes between Buffalo, Chicago, and Duluth, recharting the channels and dangerous reefs and shoals. ..."

3. Our Inland Seas: Their Shipping & Commerce for Three Centuries by James Cooke Mills (1910)
"... engaged in special survey duty along the chain of lakes between Buffalo, Chicago, and Duluth, recharting the channels and dangerous reefs and shoals. ..."

4. The Expansion of Europe: A History of the Foundations of the Modern World by Wilbur Cortez Abbott (1918)
"The recharting of the Mediterranean and the revival of the road- maps or itineraries of Europe began very shortly after the barbarian conquests; ..."

5. American Catholics in the War: National Catholic War Council, 1917-1921 by Michael Williams (1921)
"... and this recharting has not been accomplished without much confusion, many mistakes and long delays. But the determination to carry out this change has ..."

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