Definition of Reweld

1. weld [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: weld



Lexicographical Neighbors of Reweld

reweaved
reweaves
reweaving
rewed
rewedded
rewedding
reweds
reweigh
reweighed
reweighing
reweighs
reweight
reweighted
reweighting
reweights
reweld (current term)
rewelded
rewelding
rewelds
rewet
rewets
rewetted
rewetting
rewful
rewicker
rewickering
rewiden
rewidened
rewidening
rewidens

Literary usage of Reweld

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

1. Early History of Huntsville, Alabama 1804 to 1870 by Edward Chambers Betts (1916)
"He dallied, however, sufficiently long to reweld the shackles upon his numerous slaves, by selling them into continued servitude. On May 21, 1833, ..."

2. Automobile Engineering: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1920)
"Complex Case of Expansion and Contraction to reweld this break without fear of any bad results. This method, however, is dependent upon the thickness of the ..."

3. Official Proceedings (1920)
"It has never been necessary to go back and reweld. Originally we lap-welded door holes, but as mud and scale caused cracking of the weld by getting under it ..."

4. Oxy-acetylene Welding: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Practice of Welding by Samuel Wylie Miller (1916)
"... and even then use no |>t to reweld pieces that 3, without first cutting £eld is finished, cover it s In repair work, when > leave a few small points in ..."

5. Automobile Engineering: A General Reference Work by American Technical Society (1917)
"Complex Case of Expansion and Contraction to reweld this break without fear of any bad results. This method, however, is dependent upon the thickness of the ..."

6. Automotive Repair: Instruction Manual of Repair Jobs by John Calvin Wright (1921)
"reweld new part with a soldering iron. Description of Operations. To repair a broken battery terminal drill through the cell connector at (x), (Fig. ..."

7. The Classic Myths in English Literature and in Art Based Originally on by Charles Mills Gayley, Thomas Bulfinch (1911)
"... he ceaselessly forges at the splinters of the sword, hoping to reweld them himself and through Siegfried's might to win victory over Fafner, ..."

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