Definition of Redamage
1. damage [v -AGED, -AGING, -AGES] - See also: damage
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redamage
Literary usage of Redamage
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1. Maritime Notes and Queries: A Record of Shipping Law and Usage (1883)
"By the Harbours and Piers Act of 1847, frequently reDAMAGE. ferred to in these columns, Harbour and Dock Authorities are protected as regards damage to ..."
2. House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d by United States Congress. House (1870)
"... Suppose she had met with any 4'Vf-redamage, is there anywhere she could go safely?" The pilot said, "Yes, she ca« пш ou the spit, which is closo to her. ..."