Definition of Rebottle

1. Verb. (transitive) To bottle again or anew. ¹



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Definition of Rebottle

1. bottle [v -TLED, -TLING, -TLES] - See also: bottle

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebottle

rebooting
reboots
rebop
rebops
rebore
rebored
rebores
reboring
reborn
reborne
reborrow
reborrowed
reborrowing
reborrowings
reborrows
rebottle (current term)
rebottled
rebottler
rebottlers
rebottles
rebottling
rebought
rebound
rebound effect
rebound phenomenon
rebound relationship
rebound tenderness
rebound volleyball
rebounded
rebounder

Literary usage of Rebottle

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1831)
"... finds other welcomes than those of its subscribers. it is a reservoir from which a tribe of compilers are ready to draw off, and dilute, and rebottle to ..."

2. American Druggist (1884)
"... in packages labeled ' ' Vaseline," or who rebottle vaseline, and relabel it over their own name. ..."

3. Systematic Science Teaching: A Manual of Inductive Elementary Work for All by Edward Gardiner Howe (1894)
"Now strain through a fine cloth, rebottle water for future use, and, after drying, give a pebble and some wearings to each. Have we shown how lakes do the ..."

4. Science and Industry (1900)
"... put the mixture in a glass bottle, and immerse in hot water, at a temperature of about 120° until melted; strain through a clean muslin cloth, rebottle, ..."

5. A Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Late William Taylor of Norwich by Robert Southey, Walter Scott (1843)
"It would cost you little more trouble to draw from your own well, than to rebottle water which he has distilled till it has lost all its life and freshness. ..."

6. A Memoir of the Life and Writings of the Late William Taylor of Norwich by Robert Southey, Walter Scott (1843)
"It would cost you little more trouble to draw from your own well, than to rebottle water which he has distilled till it has lost all its life and freshness. ..."

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