Definition of Reground

1. Verb. (past of regrind) ¹



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Definition of Reground

1. regrind [v] - See also: regrind

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reground

regrinds
regrip
regripped
regripping
regrips
regroom
regroomed
regrooming
regrooms
regroove
regrooved
regroover
regroovers
regrooves
regrooving
reground (current term)
regroup
regrouped
regrouping
regroupings
regroups
regrout
regrouted
regrouting
regrouts
regrow
regrowing
regrown
regrows
regrowth

Literary usage of Reground

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1. Remarks on Forest Scenery, and Other Woodland Views by William Gilpin (1834)
"... through other openings among the trees of the >reground. This grand view is displayed to most advantage from the front of the house; but it is seen also ..."

2. Practical Cement Testing by W. Purves Taylor (1905)
"Fineness . .—Time of Setting—. ""• Ne. 50 No. 76 Ne. 180 Initial Set Hard Set (As received oO 6.0 22.4 25 45 (reground oo oo ..."

3. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1907)
"Samples 3 and 8 were reground with mortar and pestle before being sifted. If we compare the results given by sample 3 with those obtained with samples 1 and ..."

4. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1907)
"Samples 3 and 8 were reground with mortar and pestle before being sifted. If we compare the results given by sample 3 with those obtained with samples 1 and ..."

5. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1907)
"Samples 3 and 8 were reground with mortar and pestle before being sifted. If we compare the results given by sample 3 with those obtained with samples 1 and ..."

6. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1904)
"Some tests bearing upon the value of fine grinding have already been given in Table 15. Samples 3 and 8 were reground with mortar and pestle before being ..."

7. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1904)
"Samples 3 and 8 were reground with mortar and pestle before being sifted. If we compare the results given by sample 3 with those obtained with samples 1 ami ..."

8. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"This liner ran 163^ months and reground 27930 tons, at a cost per ton of $0.064. ... should allow 10 months more service, making the cost per ton reground ..."

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