Definition of Recaptured

1. Verb. (past of recapture) ¹



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Definition of Recaptured

1. recapture [v] - See also: recapture

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recaptured

recapitulatory
recappable
recapped
recapper
recappers
recapping
recappings
recaps
recaption
recaptioned
recaptioning
recaptions
recaptor
recaptors
recapture
recaptured (current term)
recaptures
recapturing
recarbonise
recarbonize
recarbonized
recarbonizes
recarbonizing
recarnified
recarnify
recarpet
recarpeted
recarpeting
recarpets
recarriage

Literary usage of Recaptured

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1. The African Repository by American Colonization Society (1860)
"recaptured AFRICANS. The recaptured Africans, from the hour of their arrival in Liberia, began to improve in health, and, under competent teachers, ..."

2. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1894)
"Warrant from the Lord Admiral to the prize commissioners to restore a ship recaptured from the enemy, on payment of salvage.—A dm. Ct. Exemplifications 63 ..."

3. Elements of International Law by Henry Wheaton (1904)
"of neutral If, however, the neutral vessel thus recaptured were laden with contraband goods destined to an enemy of the first captor, it may, perhaps, ..."

4. The Naval Chronicle by Stephen Jones, James Stanier Clarke (1800)
"A List of Skips capture J, recaptured, and detained ly bit Majesty's Squadron cruising off the Mauritius. Chance, laden with rice (cut out of Balasore Roads ..."

5. Andersonville: A Story of Rebel Military Prisons, Fifteen Months a Guest of by John McElroy (1879)
"Encountering Captain Wirz was one of the terrors of an abortive attempt to escape. When recaptured prisoners were brought before him he would frequently ..."

6. The Constitutions of the Several Independent States of America: The by William Jackson (1783)
"AND THE UNITED STATES of A ME RICA, CONCERNING VESSELS recaptured.' The Lords the States General of the United Netherlands and the United States of America, ..."

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