Definition of Rewash

1. Noun. The act of washing something again ¹



2. Verb. wash again ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rewash

1. wash [v -ED, -ING, -ES] - See also: wash

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewash

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

Literary usage of Rewash

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

1. Coal Washing by Ernst Prochaska (1921)
"In Type VI the rewash jigs for the middle products of the primary jigs could ... when crushed would interfere with the proper operation of the rewash jigs. ..."

2. Coal Washing by Ernst Prochaska (1921)
"In Type VI the rewash jigs for the middle products of the primary jigs could ... when crushed would interfere with the proper operation of the rewash jigs. ..."

3. Annual Report by Indiana State Board of Health (1911)
"... tapped into the 8-inch and connected with the rewash valve and when the beds were being cleaned, both the wash and the rewash lines were put in service. ..."

4. American Fuels by Raymond Foss Bacon, William Allen Hamor (1922)
"By mixing this rewash with sufficient good coal to produce 500 tons of fuel, and then gasifying it in a byproduct producer-gas plant, undoubtedly the waste ..."

5. Pharmacographia Indica: A History of the Principal Drugs of Vegetable Origin by William Dymock (1893)
"... to be known to the peasantry as rewash, ... In the Hari-rud Valley he found R. tataricum, Linn., f., to be known as rewash-i- ..."

6. Origin and History of All the Pharmacopeial Vegetable Drugs, Chemicals and by John Uri Lloyd (1921)
"... to be known to the peasantry as rewash, ... In the Hari-rud Valley he found R. tataricum, Linn., to be known as rewash-i- ..."

7. A Text-book of Mining Geology for the Use of Mining Students and Miners by James Park (1906)
"other hand, being largely a rewash of the moraines, contain the gold in a more concentrated form. Many of the gold-bearing terraces in New Zealand and in ..."

8. Report by Pennsylvania Dept. of Health, Panama Canal (Panama), Health Dept (1914)
"Each filter was equipped with a four inch overflow connection and a four inch rewash connection. The valves regulating each unit were operated from valve ..."

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