Definition of Retack

1. tack [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: tack



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retack

resyntheses
resynthesis
resynthesize
resynthesized
resynthesizes
resynthesizing
resystematize
resystematized
resystematizes
resystematizing
ret
retable
retables
retablo
retablos
retack (current term)
retacked
retacking
retackle
retackled
retackles
retackling
retacks
retag
retagged
retagger
retaggers
retagging
retags
retail

Literary usage of Retack

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1. A History of the Lives, Sufferings, and Triumphant Deaths, of the Primitive by John Foxe (1845)
"... that the fleet was up. and then to tack and retack, ai preaching, and therefore he was to make ‘every side at their pleasure. ..."

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