Definition of Redriving

1. redrive [v] - See also: redrive



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redriving

redressless
redressment
redressments
redressor
redressors
redrew
redried
redries
redrill
redrilled
redrilling
redrills
redrive
redriven
redrives
redriving
redroot
redroots
redrove
redrum
redrumed
redruming
redrums
redry
redrying
reds
reds under the bed
redsear
redshank
redshanks

Literary usage of Redriving

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1. Fur Seal Arbitration: Proceedings of the Tribunal of Arbitration, Convened by Bering Sea Tribunal of Arbitration (1895)
"OVERDRIVING AND Redriving. Page 158 of The Case. The same seal is sometimes driven several times during the season. One with a peculiar spot on him was ..."

2. Fur Seal Arbitration: Proceedings of the Tribunal of Arbitration, Convened by Bering Sea Tribunal of Arbitration (1895)
"It is much less trouble to handle a drove of seals from the rookery very near the village than those from a distant point. Redriving of the growing males ..."

3. Seal and Salmon Fisheries and General Resources of Alaska by David Starr Jordan, Henry Wood Elliott, Washburn Maynard, Sheldon Jackson, William Gouverneur Morris, Ivan Petroff, Charles Haskins Townsend, Frederick William True, John J. Brice, Leonhard Stejneger (1898)
"A few seals are injured by redriving (often conflicted with overdriving and sometimes so called),but the number so injured is inconsiderable and could have ..."

4. Seal and Salmon Fisheries and General Resources of Alaska by David Starr Jordan, Henry Wood Elliott, Washburn Maynard, Sheldon Jackson, William Gouverneur Morris, Ivan Petroff, Charles Haskins Townsend, Frederick William True, John J. Brice, Leonhard Stejneger (1898)
"A few seals are injured by redriving (often conflicted with overdriving and sometimes so called), but the number so injured is inconsiderable and could have ..."

5. Reports of Cases Determined in the Supreme Court of the State of California by California Supreme Court, Bancroft-Whitney Company, California, Supreme Court (1898)
"The testimony of plaintiff's witnesses is to the effect that the necessary outlay in thus redriving these piles six feet further was three dollars a pile. ..."

6. The Elements of Railroad Engineering by William Galt Raymond (1917)
"3. They become spike worn (called "spike sick" or "spike killed"). Some woods that do not decay rapidly are finally ruined by redriving of spikes ..."

7. The Elements of Railroad Engineering by William Galt Raymond (1917)
"Some woods that do not decay rapidly are finally ruined by redriving of spikes. Some soft woods decay rapidly around the spike, requiring frequent ..."

8. Railroad Construction: Theory and Practice; a Text-book for the Use of by Walter Loring Webb (1922)
"... to place again in the saint, hole is of small value except as a very temporary expedient, as its holding power is then very small. Redriving the spikes ..."

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