Definition of Rebody

1. body [v -BODIED, -BODYING, -BODIES] - See also: body



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebody

reblossomed
reblossoming
reblossoms
rebluff
rebluffs
reboant
reboantic
reboants
reboard
reboarded
reboarding
reboards
reboation
rebodied
rebodies
rebody (current term)
rebodying
reboil
reboiled
reboiling
reboils
rebolter
rebolters
rebond
rebonded
rebonding
rebonds
rebook
rebooked
rebooking

Literary usage of Rebody

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

1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1897)
"The legs are rather long ami -1. nl-r, of much the same color as the body ; the feet are tipped with two rebody ..."

2. Nostrums and Quackery: Articles on the Nostrum Evil and Quackery Reprinted by American Medical Association, Arthur Joseph Cramp (1921)
"... believe ve are offering you tht very beat method aod reBOdy for regaining lout sexual power. Reproduction (reduced) of the letterhead used by Leach, ..."

3. A Manual of North American Butterflies by Charles Johnson Maynard (1891)
"... with the yellow spottings enlarged, the lowermost on the inner low, inclosing a black center: Fig. 6, b. Beneath, the markings are reBody, ..."

4. A Hand-book of the Law of Bills of Sale: With an Appendix of Precedents and by George Edward Lyon (1873)
"... parte Staner, ReBody, 33 LT 244.) It will be perceived that the clause does not apply to cases where the possession is in the ordinary course of ..."

5. The Mines Handbook: An Enlargement of the Copper Hand Book; a Manual of the by Walter Harvey Weed (1920)
">rebody being pyrite, there was trouble from fires, but the applicati e plenum system of ventilation, by Mr. Wright, restored normal s. ..."

6. War letters from the living dead man: With an Introduction by Elsa Barker, David Patterson Hatch (1915)
"Those who have died in the service of an unselfish enthusiasm will in time rebody themselves and reap on the earth the fruits of their service. ..."

7. A Collection of the Public General Statutes Passed in the ... Year of the by Great Britain (1844)
"The Names of the Officers of the Company and their reBody acting in the Formation of the Company, their respective Occupations, Places of Business (if any), ..."

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