Definition of Repinned

1. Verb. (past of repin) ¹



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Definition of Repinned

1. repin [v] - See also: repin

Lexicographical Neighbors of Repinned

repicturing
repigment
repigmentation
repigmented
repigmenting
repigments
repin
repine
repined
repiner
repiners
repines
repining
repiningly
repinings
repinned (current term)
repinning
repins
repique
repiqued
repiques
repiquing
repitch
repitched
repitches
repitching
repivot
repivoted
repivoting
repivots

Literary usage of Repinned

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

1. Aircraft Production: Hearings, Sixty-fifth Congress, Second Session (1918)
"We immediately dismantled all cross levers on the 10 Liberty ships we had on this field. The ball joints were repinned and brazed to the lever and the lever ..."

2. In and Out of Three Normandy Inns by Anna Bowman Dodd (1892)
"As she repinned the boutonniere she gave the dancing eyes that were brimming with the mirth of the coming retort, the searching inquest of her glance. ..."

3. Reports of Decisions in Probate by James Vincent Coffey (1910)
"... would be shown in the negative; when the paper was turned over to be photographed on the other side it had to be repinned. (See page 109, judge's notes. ..."

4. Practical orthodontia by Martin Dewey (1919)
"... and the spring clasps repinned into position to prevent them from slipping buccally. Zinc chloride is now applied to the entire side freely. ..."

5. Days Spent on a Doge's Farm by Margaret Symonds (1908)
"Our hair was pulled down and repinned up with the most amazing hair-pins. Glancing about me nervously and in decided discomfort, I thought that I detected ..."

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