Definition of Retasted
1. retaste [v] - See also: retaste
Lexicographical Neighbors of Retasted
Literary usage of Retasted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metropolitan (1843)
"I drank of this beautiful water as near the spring as I could, but finding it saltish and brackish, I again tasted, and retasted it. ..."
2. Daniel Boone, Wilderness Scout by Stewart Edward White (1922)
"Once the savages had retasted the delights of home life and stewed fresh corn they hated to arouse themselves for the second time to face the discomforts ..."
3. Essays, Historical and Theological by James Bowling Mozley (1878)
"... the dainty mouthful cannot be retasted; the old world cannot return; nature cannot be bare nature again. Unchristian she may be, but she cannot be ..."
4. Essays historical and theological by James Bowling Mozley (1884)
"Time cannot retrograde; the dainty mouthful cannot be retasted; the old world cannot return; nature cannot be bare nature again. Unchristian she may be, ..."
5. Thought Power: Its Control and Culture by Annie Wood Besant (1901)
"... the set of vibrations that make up the pleasure or the pain is also started, and the pleasure or the pain is retasted in tht absence of the object. ..."
6. In the Footsteps of Marco Polo: Being the Account of a Journey Overland from by Clarence Dalrymple Bruce (1907)
"Once having retasted the delights of civilisation, however much the traveller may be wedded to a wandering life, he is usually anxious to reach the end of ..."
7. Life of Warren Hastings, First Governor-general of India by George Bruce Malleson (1894)
"... resign all his appointments; of Sheridan, with his waning reputation and his scanty means; of Pox, who retasted power only on the eve of quitting life. ..."