Definition of Resighting

1. Verb. (present participle of resight) ¹



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Definition of Resighting

1. resight [v] - See also: resight

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resighting

residuation
residue
residueless
residues
residuosity
residuous
residuum
residuums
resift
resifted
resifting
resifts
resight
resighted
resighting (current term)
resights
resign
resign'd
resign oneself
resignal
resignation
resignations
resigned
resigned(p)
resignedly
resignedness
resignednesses
resignee
resignees

Literary usage of Resighting

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1. Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet by C. John Ralph (1997)
"Essentially all information on breeding dispersal in alcids has been obtained through the banding and resighting of individuals. The difficulty of capturing ..."

2. Bering's Voyages: An Account of the Efforts of the Russians to Determine the by Frank Alfred Golder, Leonhard Stejneger (1922)
"... the first being a new discovery, the second probably a resighting of an island seen by Bering on September 25, 1741. During the summer of 1742 he sailed ..."

3. An Admiral's Log: Being Continued Recollections of Naval Life by Robley Dunglison Evans (1910)
"The introduction of the new powder had necessitated the resighting of all the guns, and the work had been done by the Ordnance Department as rapidly as ..."

4. The Law of Building, Engineering, and Ship Building Contracts: And of the by Alfred Arthur Hudson (1895)
"119 9 11 Estimated cost of resighting and relaying other parts thereof 1500 0 0 Estimated cost of repairing outfall works washed away by the tide owing to ..."

5. Modern Abyssinia by Augustus Blandy Wylde (1901)
"... and I do not think that a single- barrel magazine rifle is a drawback, and it is seldom that a second shot is fired without resighting. ..."

6. Handbook of Field Methods for Monitoring Landbirds edited by C. John Ralph (1999)
"Quickly running in her direction for about 25 m may often result in a resighting, because the disturbance will keep her from returning to the nest, ..."

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