Definition of Reknotting

1. reknot [v] - See also: reknot



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reknotting

rekidnapping
rekidnaps
rekindle
rekindled
rekindles
rekindling
rekindlings
reking
reknit
reknits
reknitted
reknitting
reknot
reknots
reknotted
reknotting (current term)
reknown
reknowned
rel
relabel
relabeled
relabeling
relabelled
relabelling
relabels
relace
relaced
relaces
relache
relaches

Literary usage of Reknotting

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1. Belcaro: Being Essays on Sundry Aesthetical Questions by Vernon Lee (1887)
"... by almost invisible filaments,,, floating and oscillating in the vacuum of our lives, for ever changing, breaking, reknotting their sensitive filaments. ..."

2. A French-English Military Technical Dictionary: With a Supplement Containing by Cornélis De Witt Willcox (1917)
"... action of reknotting. rattachement, m., (ture.) operation of connecting :i point or station with the known point or points. rattacher, va, to tie again, ..."

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