Definition of Remend
1. mend [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: mend
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remend
Literary usage of Remend
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Reminissensez Ov a Techer by Cornelius Wilson Larison (1898)
"... he remend in hiz set. Hwen asct hwi he did net apper in lin with the uther memberz ev the cías, ..."
2. A Collection of Old Ballads. Corrected from the Best and Most Ancient Copies by Ambrose Philips (1723)
"... And how he came in Dump fo deep : Saying, dear Brother tell to me, How chance you look fo heavily, That none of your Friends can remend ye ? ..."
3. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of public instruction, Pennsylvania State library, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State Library (1890)
"... appointed In the order of the 5"' Instant, to settle the Relative Rank of the Col* of Artillery, so far as it remend unsettled, and the Rank of the ..."
4. Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Biographical by John Nichols, Samuel Bentley (1812)
"... "I should never account it any disgrace to have sened the Eight remend the Bishop of Worcester in any capacity ..."
5. Historic Mansions and Highways Around Boston: Being a New and Rev. Ed. of by Samuel Adams Drake (1900)
"... College in that town have told me they remend>ered it to have been then in use among the students, but had no recollection of it I>efore that I>eriod. ..."