Definition of Redock

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



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Redock

redly
redmaids
redmouth
redneck
rednecked
redneckery
redneckish
redneckism
rednecks
rednecky
redness
rednesses
rednosed
redo
redoable
redock (current term)
redocked
redocking
redocks
redoer
redoers
redoes
redoing
redolence
redolences
redolencies
redolency
redolent
redolent(p)
redolent of(p)

Literary usage of Redock

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1. Providence in Colonial Times by Gertrude Selwyn Kimball (1912)
"... the agreement with redock, "which was no Satisfaction." Thereupon the townspeople, in their meeting assembled, took upon themselves with no little zest ..."

2. Report by Public Archives of Canada (1893)
"... John Paul, 380; Reaume, Charles, 334, 336 ; Rear John, 476; redock, Catherine (daughter of Conrado ..."

3. South Eastern Reporter by West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, West Publishing Company, South Carolina Supreme Court (1912)
"... which motion shall be allowed at the first session of the court thereafter, with leave to appellant during the term to apply for redock- eting. ..."

4. The Papers of Captain Rufus Lincoln, of Wareham, Mass. by Rufus Lincoln (1903)
"Randolph, Robert, 35 ; Nat. fiz, 32. Rankin, Robert, 34. redock, Joseph, 40. Reed, , 38. Regiments to be raised by States, 8. Reid, John, Jr., 112, 115. ..."

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