Definition of Reflew
1. refly [v] - See also: refly
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Literary usage of Reflew
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Methodist Review (1861)
"He said he would wait for the action of Convocation on the subject, but in case Convocation should not take in hand the subject he would reflew his motion ..."
2. California, In-doors and Out; Or, How We Farm, Mine, and Live Generally in by Eliza Wood Farnham (1856)
"even droop and suffer; but the very disturbance of the soil in which the roots have begun to slumber, will reflew their vigor. America is young and strong ..."