Definition of Redistills

1. Verb. (third-person singular of redistill) ¹



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Definition of Redistills

1. redistill [v] - See also: redistill

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redistills

redisseizing
redisseizins
redisseizor
redisseizors
redissolve
redissolved
redissolves
redissolving
redist
redistil
redistill
redistillation
redistillations
redistilled
redistilling
redistills (current term)
redistils
redistributable
redistributables
redistribute
redistributed
redistributes
redistributing
redistribution
redistributionism
redistributionist
redistributions
redistributive
redistributor
redistributors

Literary usage of Redistills

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1. A Text-book of Sanitary and Applied Chemistry: Or, The Chemistry of Water by Edgar Henry Summerfield Bailey (1917)
"... at present the rectifier adds to the diluted alcohol, oil of juniper or turpentine, or both, some aromatic seeds and fruits, and redistills the mixture. ..."

2. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1902)
"The most modern and perfect process of distillation not only eliminates these gases, but, to assure a perfect product, redistills the distilled and purified ..."

3. United States Internal-revenue Gaugers' Manual Embracing Regulations and by United States Internal Revenue Service (1913)
"... tax-paid spirits and redistills or compounds the same, or who purifies or refines such spirits by any proc ess, is a rectifier as defined by -law; ..."

4. The Waters Above the Firmament: Or The Earth's Annular System by Isaac Newton Vail (1902)
"The grand opportunity thus afforded could not have been shunned, and the chemist to-day redistills what the primitive fire placed within his reach; ..."

5. Extracts from the Gaugers' Manual by United States Internal Revenue Service (1906)
"Any person who purchases tax-paid spirits and redistills or compounds the same, or who purifies or refines such spirits by any process, is a rectifier as ..."

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