Definition of Retiled

1. Verb. (past of retile) ¹



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Definition of Retiled

1. retile [v] - See also: retile

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Retiled

reticulum cell
reticulum cell sarcoma
reticulum trabeculare sclerae
reticulums
retie
retied
retieing
reties
retiform
retighten
retightened
retightening
retightens
retile
retiled (current term)
retiles
retiling
retime
retimed
retimes
retiming
retina
retina-specific amine oxidase
retinacula
retinacula musculorum fibularium
retinacula musculorum peroneorum
retinacula of extensor muscles
retinacula of nail
retinacula of peroneal muscles

Literary usage of Retiled

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1. In and Out of the Old Missions of California: An Historical and Pictorial by George Wharton James (1905)
"The roof should be retiled in the original style. ... I will undertake to send an autographed photograph of the restored and retiled Mission (when the work ..."

2. In and Out of the Old Missions of California: An Historical and Pictorial by George Wharton James (1906)
"The roof should be retiled in the original style. ... I will undertake to send an autographed photograph of the restored and retiled Mission (when the work ..."

3. In and Out of the Old Missions of California: An Historical and Pictorial by George Wharton James (1905)
"The roof should be retiled in the original style. ... I will undertake to send an autographed photograph of the restored and retiled Mission (when the work ..."

4. United States Supreme Court Reports by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company, United States Supreme Court (1890)
"It a mortgage which, under the Statute, should be retiled within a year ¡snot filed until after a year, the lien is restored as ..."

5. The Lives of the Saints by Sabine Baring-Gould (1898)
"Louis rebuilt the tottering walls and retiled the roof. In 1575 he was elected prior of the convent at Valencia. One day ho was rebuking a friar for his ..."

6. A History of France from the Earliest Times to the Treaty of Versailles by William Stearns Davis (1919)
"If a bridge was to be repaired, the roof of a public building retiled, a prison made secure or habitable, the papers usually had to go a weary way to the ..."

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