Definition of Reinked

1. reink [v] - See also: reink



Lexicographical Neighbors of Reinked

reinitiations
reinject
reinjected
reinjecting
reinjection
reinjections
reinjects
reinjure
reinjured
reinjures
reinjuries
reinjuring
reinjury
reink
reinkable
reinked (current term)
reinking
reinks
reinless
reinnervate
reinnervated
reinnervates
reinnervating
reinnervation
reinnervations
reinoclating
reinoculate
reinoculated
reinoculates
reinoculating

Literary usage of Reinked

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

1. Manual for the Medical Department of the United States Navy (1914)
"... and when no unused part of the plate can be found readily the ink should be redistributed with the roller or the plate reinked. (A) The form holder, ..."

2. The Journal of Sacred Literature by John Kitto, Henry Burgess, Benjamin Harris Cowper (1859)
"It is evident that a portion of this manuscript, the ink of which was perhaps fading, must have been reinked some centuries ago. ..."

3. Journal of the Association of Military Surgeons of the United States by Association of Military Surgeons of the United States, Association of Military Surgeons of the United States Meeting (1906)
"... for inking the finger, and when no unused part of the plate can be found readily the ink should be redistributed with the roller or the plate reinked. ..."

4. Naval Hygiene by James Chambers Pryor (1918)
"... each time for inking the finger, and when no unused part of the plate remains the ink should be redistributed with the roller or the plate reinked. ..."

5. Five Black Arts: A Popular Account of the History, Processes of Manufacture by William Turner Coggeshall (1861)
"The plate is then again sponged over with the slightly-acidulated gum- water, reinked, submitted to the action of the acidulated water, and washed with pure ..."

6. Hellenistic Pottery: The Plain Wares by Susan I. Rotroff (2006)
"Likewise, although many vessels had been drawn by earlier draftspersons, many of those drawings had to be revised and reinked, a project I undertook myself. ..."

7. Stenography: A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Interests of the Shorthand by Charles C. Beale (1886)
"... .50; Morris' Phase, .50; Pencil cases, canvas, seal, russia and morocco, .50, .75 and $r.oo; Patent multicolored ribbon, $2.00; reinked Remington or ..."

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