Definition of Repowers
1. repower [v] - See also: repower
Lexicographical Neighbors of Repowers
Literary usage of Repowers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bagford Ballads: Illustrating The Last Years of the Stuarts by John Bagford, Joseph Woodfall Ebsworth (1878)
"(the more to be admir'd) That never were Instructed, but Inspir'd, 12 So unconcern'd from Popery you pass, True Interest (that all other things o'repowers) ..."
2. A Digest of the Reported Decisions of the Courts of Common Law, Bankruptcy ...by John Mews, Cecil Maurice Chapman, Harry Hadden Wickes Sparham, Arthur Horatio Todd by John Mews, Cecil Maurice Chapman, Harry Hadden Wickes Sparham, Arthur Horatio Todd (1884)
"A servant assisting such inspector in the discharge of his duty, but who has not himself rePowers and Duties — Bight of Search.] — An ceived any warrant or ..."
3. Statutes of the Province of Canada by Canada (1860)
"22, rePOWERS COMMON TO ALL MUNICIPAL COUNCILS. pealed. 3. After paragraph twenty-seven of the twenty-fourth sec- sect. 24 'ion, the following paragraph ..."
4. Acts of the Legislature of the State of New Jersey by New Jersey (1885)
"75 Compensation of chancellor — supplement to supplement to act repowers of act extending to judges of. ............ 63 Compensation of commissioners — act ..."