Definition of Redefeated

1. redefeat [v] - See also: redefeat



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redefeated

redeem
redeem oneself
redeemability
redeemable
redeemableness
redeemed
redeemer
redeemers
redeemeth
redeeming
redeeming(a)
redeems
redefault
redefaults
redefeat
redefeated (current term)
redefeating
redefeats
redefect
redefected
redefecting
redefects
redefied
redefies
redefinability
redefinable
redefine
redefined
redefiner
redefiners

Literary usage of Redefeated

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1. Abraham Lincoln and the Men of His Time: His Cause, His Character, and True by Robert Henry Browne (1907)
"... and debated and argued with and against each other, were the leading candidates of their respective parties. They defeated and redefeated each other, ..."

2. Abraham Lincoln and the Men of His Time: His Cause, His Character, and True by Robert Henry Browne (1907)
"They defeated and redefeated each other, but united finally in the most powerful combination, and with the single determined purpose of saving the Nation. ..."

3. The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly Register and (1813)
"... was the redefeated on the 31st of October by Coun^ Wittgenstein, who, considering the enemy's position a good one for himself, continued to occupy it, ..."

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