Definition of Rebooking

1. Verb. (present participle of rebook) ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rebooking

1. rebook [v] - See also: rebook

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebooking

rebodies
rebody
rebodying
reboil
reboiled
reboiling
reboils
rebolter
rebolters
rebond
rebonded
rebonding
rebonds
rebook
rebooked
rebooking (current term)
rebooks
reboot
rebootable
rebooted
rebooting
reboots
rebop
rebops
rebore
rebored
rebores
reboring
reborn
reborne

Literary usage of Rebooking

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1. Play Nice, Make Money by W. T. McKibben (2007)
"On February 15, we consulted with leadership on a new rebooking policy. We issued two releases that day; the first release expanded the rebooking window to ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Queen's Bench, and by William Mawdesley Best, George James Philip Smith (1867)
"... and delivering up at that station his return ticket, he proceeded in company with a friend in the train to New- church, without rebooking, or obtaining ..."

3. A Traveler's Guide to the Galapagos Islands by Barry Boyce (2004)
"... rebooking flights, meals, etc.) incurred for reasons beyond your control; such reasons include bad weather, carrier or Operator delays, and lost/ stolen ..."

4. A Traveler's Guide to the Galapagos Islands by Barry Boyce (2004)
"There may be a separate section of the policy that covers certain costs related to Trip Delays (including hotel rooms, rebooking flights, meals, etc. ..."

5. A Traveler's Guide to the Galapagos Islands by Barry Boyce (2004)
"There may be a separate section of the policy that covers certain costs related to Trip Delays (including hotel rooms, rebooking flights, meals, etc. ..."

6. Scottish Prose of the Seventeenth & Eighteenth Centuries: Being a Course of by John Hepburn Millar (1912)
"... Mr. David Black, Mr. Robert Wallace — these are the names of some whose chief occupation and delight seem to have lain in " rebooking " their sovereign. ..."

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