Definition of Redivorce
1. divorce [v -VORCED, -VORCING, -VORCES] - See also: divorce
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Literary usage of Redivorce
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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. ..."