Definition of Resawed

1. Verb. (simple past of resaw) ¹



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Definition of Resawed

1. resaw [v] - See also: resaw

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resawed

resamples
resampling
resamplings
resand
resanded
resanding
resands
resanitize
resanitized
resanitizing
resat
resave
resaved
resaving
resaw
resawed (current term)
resawing
resawn
resaws
resay
resaying
resays
resazurin
rescale
rescaled
rescales
rescaling
rescalings
rescan
rescanned

Literary usage of Resawed

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1. Octavo Publications (1905)
"... as they haue resawed by vertue of thar ... 20" 7" 5d resawed for the Ester bocke xvi xviij" xjd Rents ..."

2. Report of the State Geologist on the Mineral Industries and Geology of Vermont by Vermont State Geologist (1900)
"After being sawed into slabs, the marble is resawed into such sized pieces as may be needed and then smoothed and polished if for ornamental work. ..."

3. Churchwardens' Accounts of St. Mary the Great, Cambridge, from 1504 to 1635 by J. E. Foster (1905)
"... as they haue resawed by vertue of thar ... for the Ester bocke *vj" i" vy1 xvi xviij' xjd Rents resawed due to the ..."

4. Timber, Its Strength, Seasoning, and Grading by Harold Scofield Betts (1919)
"Figure 65 shows the form taken by resawed pieces of kiln- dry boards steamed for different lengths of time. In No. 1 the prongs curve inward, ..."

5. Timber, Its Strength, Seasoning, and Grading by Harold Scofield Betts (1919)
"Figure 65 shows the form taken by resawed pieces of kiln- dry boards steamed for different lengths of time. In No. 1 the prongs curve inward, ..."

6. Building Construction and Superintendence by Frank Eugene Kidder (1915)
""Dressed lumber" is resawed lumber planed at the mill and may be had in many dimensions suitable ... Lumber sawed on four sides is termed "resawed lumber. ..."

7. Manual by American Railway Engineering Association (1916)
"Jis-inch Battens shall be 1-inch strips S2S to il-inch by 2l/2 inches and resawed, or 1 inch by 2^4 inches to 3 inches S2S and ..."

8. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1916)
"Inch boards are simply surfaced on two sides and then resawed, while pieces less than an inch in thickness are usually worked down entirely on the planers. ..."

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