Definition of Rewedded

1. Verb. (past of rewed) ¹



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Definition of Rewedded

1. rewed [v] - See also: rewed

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rewedded

rewatered
rewatering
rewax
rewaxed
rewaxes
rewaxing
rewe
rewear
rewearing
rewears
reweave
reweaved
reweaves
reweaving
rewed
rewedded (current term)
rewedding
reweds
reweigh
reweighed
reweighing
reweighs
reweight
reweighted
reweighting
reweights
reweld
rewelded
rewelding
rewelds

Literary usage of Rewedded

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

1. The Life of George Cruikshank: In Two Epochs by Blanchard Jerrold (1882)
"... but it is to be hoped that they may some day be rewedded to Brough's biography, and reappear as the artist's last important creation. ..."

2. The Life of George Cruikshank by Blanchard Jerrold (1883)
"... but it is to bo hoped that they may some day be rewedded to Brough's biography, and reappear as the artist's last important creation. ..."

3. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1873)
"... called the glue-pot, soon rewedded the back and sides to the belly, and the hass, being now just what it was. when the ruffian Ortega put his finger in ..."

4. The Childhood of the World by Edward Clodd (1914)
"... all things were in darkness until some hero cut them asunder and gave light to mankind. And an old Greek myth tells how when Heaven and Earth rewedded, ..."

5. The Passing of Victoria: The Poets' Tribute by John Alexander Hammerton (1901)
"... of the fretful strife Of the outer world, rewedded, thou and I Will lie and dream for ever hand in hand. ARTHUR G. SYMONS. ..."

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