Definition of Resees

1. resee [v] - See also: resee



Lexicographical Neighbors of Resees

resedas
resediment
resedimented
resedimenting
resediments
resee
reseed
reseeded
reseeding
reseeds
reseeing
reseek
reseeking
reseeks
reseen
resees (current term)
resegment
resegmented
resegmenting
resegments
resegregate
resegregated
resegregates
resegregating
resegregation
resegregations
resegregrate
resegregrates
reseize
reseized

Literary usage of Resees

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

1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1822)
"... his nation will be so ; nor is it a joke to declare, that the battle of Waterloo and the fort- resees of Flanders are but straw bulwarks, ..."

2. The Experimental Novel: And Other Essays by Emile Zola (1893)
"He ends by becoming one with his work in the sense that he becomes absorbed in it, and at the same time resees it for the sake of his story. ..."

3. The Prose Workd of Mrs. Ellis by Sarah (Stickney) Ellis (1844)
"... has perpetually at her command, those innumerable links in the great chain of sympathy, which consist of peculiar tones of voice, ca- resees, looks, ..."

4. The Prose Workd of Mrs. Ellis by Sarah (Stickney) Ellis (1844)
"... has perpetually at her command, those innumerable links in the great chain of sympathy, which consist of peculiar tones of voice, ca- resees, looks, ..."

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