Definition of Rewaxed
1. Verb. (past of rewax) ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Rewaxed
1. rewax [v] - See also: rewax
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewaxed
rewaxed (current term)
Literary usage of Rewaxed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Amateur Photographer (1903)
"The flexible support, either new or rewaxed, is immersed in cold water and laid on a glass plate, face up; and the printed tissue, immersed in the same ..."
2. Locks and Builders Hardware: A Hand Book for Architects by Henry Robinson Towne (1904)
"A floor will need to be rewaxed every six to twelve months according to amount of use. New floors will need it mor frequently. No water should be used on a ..."
3. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1910)
"At the Presbyterian Hospital the wards are washed with oxalic acid and water every three months and then rewaxed with a preparation made in the hospital, ..."
4. Lumber and Its Uses by Royal Shaw Kellogg (1914)
"be cleaned down to the shellac with turpentine, and rewaxed at a small cost. It is well to give a special caution against using a wax finish over a varnish ..."
5. Family Lyceum by Josiah Holbrook (1854)
"The first plate being rewaxed, the paper used for absorbing the excess of wax is placed upon it, in order to become thoroughly saturated, and then removed ..."
6. The Industrial and Artistic Technology of Paint and Varnish by Alvah Horton Sabin (1904)
"But it certainly is a beautiful finish, and protects the wood; and the necessity of keeping it rewaxed, if it is to look well, makes it necessary to do it ..."
7. The American Amateur Photographer (1901)
"Whatever the temporary support may have been, it may be used over and over again, but must be rewaxed each time. Although, as I have already said, ..."
8. Surgical and mechanical treatment of peripheral nerves by Byron Stookey, Gotthelf Carl Huber (1922)
"The threaded needles are then passed through a cloth, sterilized and rewaxed with sterile wax just before using. Silk sutures threaded in this manner are ..."