Definition of Reclothed

1. Verb. (past of reclothe) ¹



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Definition of Reclothed

1. reclothe [v] - See also: reclothe

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reclothed

reclogged
reclogging
reclogs
reclone
recloned
reclones
recloning
reclosable
reclose
reclosed
recloses
reclosing
reclosure
reclosures
reclothe
reclothed (current term)
reclothes
reclothing
reclotting phenomenon
reclude
recluded
recludes
recluding
recluse spider
recluse spiders
reclused
reclusely
recluseness
recluses

Literary usage of Reclothed

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1. A Book of Belgium's Gratitude: Comprising Literary Articles by by Paul Lambotte (1916)
"... I reclothed OUR SOLDIERS. TRANSLATION BY MRS. JOHN LANE. AT the end of October, 1914, a large number of wounded Belgian soldiers arrived in the British ..."

2. Kelantan; a State of the Malay Peninsula: A Handbook of Information by Walter Armstrong Graham (1908)
"... however, that no trace of the catastrophe now exists except the presence, amid the jungle which has reclothed the hill-sides, of tall dead trunks of the ..."

3. The First Shearing by Marie Batterham Lindesay (1904)
"A Thought reclothed. HERE is something grand to-day, Caught from the busy way, Of the people that come and go; Something wondrously fine — Harken — it may ..."

4. The First Shearing by Marie Batterham Lindesay (1904)
"A Thought reclothed. HERE is something grand to-day, Caught from the busy way, Of the people that come and go; Something wondrously fine — Harken — it may ..."

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