Definition of Resketch
1. sketch [v -ED, -ING, -ES] - See also: sketch
Lexicographical Neighbors of Resketch
Literary usage of Resketch
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Elements of Tachygraphy ...: Rewritten and Reengraved by David Philip Lindsley (1890)
"Obscure, bestow, respond, expose, exercise, exorbitant, resketch, restore. 3. Inspire, exasperate, unstained, homespun, suspense, well-spent, downstairs, ..."
2. Yankee Swanson: Chapters from a Life at Sea by Andrew Walfrid Nelson (1913)
"He would not hear of it, but promised to resketch those that were of interest to me and mail them to me from his next port. This was equally satisfactory, ..."
3. Elementary Geography by Henry Justin Roddy (1902)
"Cities. — Name and locate the capital and chief cities of each country of Europe. Map Drawing. — Sketch and resketch an outline of the mainland of Europe ..."
4. Annual Report of the State Engineer and Surveyor for the Year[s] by New York (State), State Engineer and Surveyor (1907)
"It was, therefore, found necessary to partly revise and resketch this topography prior to publication, in order that the results should be up to the high ..."