Definition of Recrating

1. recrate [v] - See also: recrate



Lexicographical Neighbors of Recrating

recovre
recower
recowered
recowers
recoyle
recoyled
recoyles
recoyling
recraft
recrafted
recrafting
recrafts
recrate
recrated
recrates
recrating
recrawl
recrawled
recrawling
recrawls
recrayed
recreance
recreances
recreancies
recreancy
recreant
recreants
recreate
recreated
recreates

Literary usage of Recrating

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

1. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of public instruction, Pennsylvania State library, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State Library (1854)
"Eighthly, As commissaries are established at the several places of rendezvous, where the recrating and attesting the men will be principally performed, ..."

2. Decisions of the War Department Board of Contract Adjustments by Board of Contract Adjustment, United States, United States War Dept. Claims Board, War Dept (1921)
"... setting up, disassembling, and recrating and $175 per machine for the additional work, the allegation of the claimant being that these machines had been ..."

3. Les recueils de jurisprudence du Québec, publiés par le Barreau de Québec by Québec (Province). Superior Court (1896)
"ditioned, taking into consideration the cost of crating and " recrating, also the fact that if only repaired and not " reconstructed, they cannot be made ..."

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