Definition of Reink
1. ink [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: ink
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reink
Literary usage of Reink
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. General Laws of the State of California: As Amended Up to the End of the by California (1916)
"... rum reink. and Berth.), and not over two per cent of deep infection of ... reink. and Berth.). They shall also be free from any mixture of colors or ..."
2. History of the Christian Church by John Fletcher Hurst (1900)
"... Kautz, Mar- beck, reink, Hofmann, and Menno Simons, the founder of the Mennonites, all of whom are well worthy of study. Some of these were evangelists ..."
3. The Scientific American Cyclopedia of Formulas: Partly Based Upon the 28th by Albert Allis Hopkins (1910)
"... and other etchings, roll up with "starting'1 ink (see later) thinned with middle litho varnish. Finishing etch, clean off alt ink, and reink with hard ..."
4. The Principles of Midwifery: Including the Diseases of Women and Children by John Burns (1837)
"reink mentions a woman who was pregnant of twins. In the fourth month the womb prolapsed, and caused a fatal suppression of urine. ..."