Definition of Remeaded

1. remead [v] - See also: remead



Lexicographical Neighbors of Remeaded

rematerialize
rematerialized
rematerializes
rematerializing
remates
remating
remberge
remberges
remblai
remblais
remble
rembled
rembles
rembling
remead
remeaded (current term)
remeading
remeads
remean
remeaned
remeaning
remeans
remeasure
remeasured
remeasurement
remeasurements
remeasures
remeasuring
remeber
remede

Literary usage of Remeaded

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

1. Records of the Convention of the Royal Burghs of Scotland, with Extracts by Convention of Royal Burghs (Scotland) (1880)
"... which in many conventions hes been mentioned to have been remeaded, and finding the samen to grow rather then decrease, therefor the saids commissioners ..."

2. Culross and Tulliallan: Or, Perthshire on Forth by David Beveridge, John James Dalgleish (1885)
"... which should be dearer to us than our lyves, wherby we find ourselves in a very sad and pitiful condition that cannot be remeaded while we are ..."

3. Romantic Culross, Torryburn, Carnock, Cairneyhill, Saline and Pitfirrane by Andrew S. Cunningham (1902)
"... which should be dearer to us than our lyves, whereby we find ourselves in a very sad and pitiful condition that cannot be remeaded while we are ..."

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