Definition of Rebinding

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



2. Noun. The act or process by which something is rebound. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Rebinding

1. rebind [v] - See also: rebind

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rebinding

rebend
rebending
rebends
rebent
rebetika
rebetiko
rebid
rebidden
rebidding
rebids
rebill
rebilled
rebilling
rebills
rebind
rebinding (current term)
rebindings
rebinds
rebirth
rebirthings
rebirths
rebit
rebite
rebites
rebiting
rebitings
rebits
rebitten
rebled

Literary usage of Rebinding

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

1. Handicrafts for the Handicapped by Herbert James Hall, Mertice McCrea Buck Knox (1916)
"A short description follows of THE rebinding OF OLD BOOKS Most of the books nowadays ... Binding music and rebinding old music books are also remunerative. ..."

2. The American Public Library by Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1910)
"The total cost of a volume is its initial cost plus all outlay for mending and rebinding until it is discarded as worn out. ..."

3. The American Public Library by Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1910)
"The total cost of a volume is its initial cast plus all outlay for mending and rebinding until it is discarded as worn out. ..."

4. The American Public Library by Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1910)
"The total cost of a volume is its initial cost plus all outlay for mending and rebinding until it is discarded as worn out. ..."

5. How to Collect Books by J. Herbert ( Slater (1905)
"CHAPTER IX ON BOOKBINDING Binding a protection—rebinding books—Cloth bindings of the present day—Buckram—Vellum—Boards—Half bound books—Monastic ..."

6. How to Collect Books by John Herbert Slater (1905)
"CHAPTER IX ON BOOKBINDING Binding a protection—rebinding books—Cloth bindings of the present day—Buckram—Vellum—Boards — Half bound books—Monastic ..."

7. How to Collect Books by John Herbert Slater (1905)
"CHAPTER IX ON BOOKBINDING Binding a protection—rebinding books—Cloth bindings of the present day—Buckram—Vellum—Boards — Half bound books—Monastic ..."

8. The American Public Library by Arthur Elmore Bostwick (1917)
"rebinding might be abolished. As this is impossible, it must continue, but it should be reduced to a minimum. In many cases it is cheaper to replace than to ..."

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