Definition of Resoaking
1. resoak [v] - See also: resoak
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Literary usage of Resoaking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Chaplain's Campaign with Gen. Butler by Henry Norman Hudson (1865)
"Well, he had been soaked up in like sort divers times before, the process of un- soaking and resoaking him not being a difficult one. ..."
2. The Indian Forester (1905)
"We sit sheltered from the wind a little, but with the rain soaking nnd resoaking through us, and dripping from our boots ns from a spout. ..."
3. Pictorial Photography: Its Principles and Practice by Paul Anderson (1917)
"It is possible to ink a print to a certain depth and then dry, resoaking and completing the inking at a later date, but the writer prefers to finish a print ..."
4. Pictorial Photography: Its Principles and Practice by Paul Anderson (1917)
"It is possible to ink a print t then dry, resoaking and complt later date, but the writer prefers sitting, for he feels that by this n are obtained, ..."
5. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1882)
"... through the medallion being too wet, a second one miy be taken without resoaking the plaster, but it would be necessary to do this if a second mould be ..."
6. The Indian Forester (1905)
"We sit sheltered from the wind a little, but with the rain soaking nnd resoaking through us, and dripping from our boots as from a spout. ..."
7. A Sportswoman in India: Personal Adventures and Experiences of Travel in by Isabel Savory (1900)
"I used to soak a handkerchief in water and put it in the crown of my topi, resoaking it at every pool of water we ever came across, even though it was very ..."
8. Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the Master-Car by Master Car-Builders' Association (1898)
"... mixing the good old waste, after resoaking, with the new, the only difference of opinion being as to when and how often it is necessary to do this. ..."