Definition of Redivorce

1. divorce [v -VORCED, -VORCING, -VORCES] - See also: divorce



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redivorce

rediversion
rediversions
redivert
rediverted
rediverting
rediverts
redivide
redivided
redivider
redividers
redivides
redividing
redivision
redivisions
redivivus
redivorce (current term)
redivorced
redivorces
redivorcing
redledgeite
redleg
redlegs
redlight
redline
redlined
redliner
redliners
redlines
redlining
redlinings

Literary usage of Redivorce

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1. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"CYNTHIA. (With a touch of bitterness.) Very well! I repeat then, if there's to be nothing but marriage and divorce, and remarriage, and redivorce, ..."

2. Armenia and Her People: Or, The Story of Armenia by an Armenian by George H. Filian (1896)
"... and marry another and do likewise; every week, or day if he sees fit, and he can remarry and redivorce the first one as often as he pleases. ..."

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