Definition of Reested

1. reest [v] - See also: reest



Lexicographical Neighbors of Reested

reescalation
reescalations
reest
reestablish
reestablished
reestablisher
reestablishers
reestablishes
reestablishing
reestablishment
reestablisht
reestate
reestated
reestates
reestating
reested (current term)
reesterified
reesterify
reestier
reestiest
reestimate
reestimated
reestimates
reestimating
reesting
reests
reesty
reet
reet canny
reevaluate

Literary usage of Reested

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1894)
"reested, salted, dried, and roasted; applied to fish, particularly to herrings. Not the same as REEST, 2. See ROOZE. ..."

2. Tales of My Landlord by Walter Scott, Jedidiah Cleishbotham, Robert Morton (1820)
"Let us cut up bushes and briars, pile them before the door and set fire to them, and smoke that auld devil's dam as if she were to be reested for bacon. ..."

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