Definition of Regrows
1. Verb. (third-person singular of regrow) ¹
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Definition of Regrows
1. regrow [v] - See also: regrow
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Literary usage of Regrows
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1. Great Debates in American History: From the Debates in the British by Marion Mills Miller, United States Congress, Great Britain Parliament (1913)
"Society dies, changes, rots, regrows, and decays again; man blooms in immortal youth beyond this limited destiny. When, therefore, you adopt a policy to ..."
2. Anomalies and curiosities of medicine by George Milbry Gould, Walter Lytle Pyle (1901)
"Sometimes when the whole last phalanx has been removed, the pail regrows at the tip of the remaining stump. ..."
3. Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World by Mark Twain (1899)
"If it regrows the prongs, the parasite returns and the same thing is repeated. And finally, when the ability to reproduce prongs is lost through age, ..."
4. The System of Animate Nature: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in the by John Arthur Thomson (1920)
"Professor Child finds that when a fragment of a Planarian regrows a whole, there is a rejuvenescence during the re-constitution; the rate of metabolism is ..."
5. Diseases of the Skin by Richard Lightburn Sutton (1916)
"... remaining is such that they can readily be reached and destroyed by means of parasiticides before the hair regrows at the end of about three months. ..."
6. A Treatise on diseases of the skin for advanced students and practitioners by Henry Weightman Stelwagon (1916)
"... and only, as a rule, after long continuance; and after their cure the hair usually regrows; that following erysipelas is seldom permanent. ..."
7. Eight Years in Congress, from 1857-1865: Memoir and Speeches by Samuel Sullivan Cox (1865)
"Society dits, changes, rots, regrows, and decays again ; man blooms in immortal youth beyond this limited destiny. When, therefore, you adopt a policy to ..."
8. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1889)
"From this relapse he has never recovered, for, although the hair regrows to a slight degree here and there, he is still obliged to wear a wig, ..."