Definition of Rewarms

1. Verb. (third-person singular of rewarm) ¹



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Definition of Rewarms

1. rewarm [v] - See also: rewarm

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewarms

rewardest
rewardeth
rewardful
rewarding
rewardingly
rewardless
rewards
rewarehouse
rewarehoused
rewarehousing
rewarewa
rewarewas
rewarm
rewarmed
rewarming
rewarms (current term)
rewash
rewashed
rewashes
rewashing
rewatch
rewatchable
rewatched
rewatches
rewatching
rewater
rewatered
rewatering
rewax
rewaxed

Literary usage of Rewarms

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The U. S. Coal Industry, 1970-1990: Two Decades of Change (1994)
"Pulse rate and blood pressure should be taken frequently to guard against rewarming shock, which can occur as the patient rewarms. ..."

2. Hymns of the Ages by Caroline Snowden Whitmarsh Guild, Anne E. Guild (1877)
"... His heart her death-chill'd heart rewarms, And reft more deep than tongue can tell,- Her few brief hours of ..."

3. Italy: Florence and Venice by Hippolyte Taine (1869)
"... he has waited years and can wait still longer : he muses with an upturned face sensitive to the sunshine which rewarms his old blood. ..."

4. Italy: Rome and Naples; Florence and Venice by Hippolyte Taine, John Durand (1871)
"... muses with an upturned face sensitive to the sunshine which rewarms his old blood.—Through this taste for the actual and the colossal, through these ..."

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