Definition of Rebait

1. bait [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: bait



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebait

rebabs
reback
rebacked
rebacking
rebacks
rebadge
rebadged
rebadges
rebadging
rebag
rebagged
rebagger
rebaggers
rebagging
rebags
rebait (current term)
rebaited
rebaiting
rebaits
rebake
rebaked
rebakes
rebaking
rebalance
rebalanced
rebalances
rebalancing
rebalancings
rebandage
rebandaged

Literary usage of Rebait

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

1. The Records of a Scottish Cloth Manufactory at New Mills, Haddingtonshire by William Robert Scott (1905)
"Orders Alexander Weir to rebait to the buyer 4/ sterling for the said tuo pirnes and that David Maxwell stop it off the weaver that wrought ..."

2. Forest Products Statistics by New York Paper, Paper, New York, United States (1905)
"Orders Alexander Weir to rebait to the buyer 4/ sterling for the said tuo pirnes and that David Maxwell stop it off the weaver that wrought it. ..."

3. Publications by Scottish History Society, Dorset Record Society (1905)
"Orders Alexander Weir to rebait to the buyer 4/ sterling for the said tuo pirnes and that David Maxwell stop it off the weaver that wrought it. ..."

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