Definition of Recarpeting
1. recarpet [v] - See also: recarpet
Lexicographical Neighbors of Recarpeting
Literary usage of Recarpeting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Statutes of the State of Nevada Passed at the ... Session of the Legislature by Nevada (1911)
"79—An act to provide for repairing and renovating the senate and assembly chamber in the capital building of the State of Nevada; recarpeting the floor of ..."
2. The Church in Eastern Ohio: A History with Special Reference to the Parishes by Joseph Beatty Doyle (1914)
"At a meeting of the Vestry held on February 6, 1903, a communication was received from the women's society proposing the redecorating and recarpeting of the ..."
3. A Kingdom of Two: A True Romance of Country Life by Helen Rickey Albee (1913)
""We are pretty shabby in spots, the needs recarpeting," said I, making a note of i' I observed that our natural furniture were get*" uine antiques. ..."
4. The Unitarian edited by Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott (1896)
"Services during the summer are to be held in the parish parlor while the interior of the church is undergoing thorough redec- oration, recarpeting, etc. ..."