Definition of Redocked
1. redock [v] - See also: redock
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Literary usage of Redocked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Transactions of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1895)
"... the paints' at the several navy yards at the expiration of the test, also engravings of the bottom of the USS Speedwell when redocked for examination. ..."
2. Space Flight: The First Thirty Years (1993)
"Shortly after leaving low Earth orbit, the LM and the command/service module separated, then redocked, top to top. Upon reaching lunar orbit, they separated ..."
3. Once a Week by Eneas Sweetland Dallas (1867)
"... and so extensive were the damages received, that she was obliged to be redocked and repaired. Such a result to an iron-clad took every ono by surprise; ..."
4. Speeches of the Right Honourable Lord Randolph Churchill, M. P., 1880-1888 by Randolph Henry Spencer Churchill (1889)
"... military gentleman from Malta that the ' Carysfort' was redocked and refitted at immense cost, although my informant said that the captain had declared ..."
5. Transactions of the North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders (1906)
"... etc., undocked her and finally redocked the first mentioned vessel and she was dry again in less than 4 hours from starting the operation. ..."
6. Marine Engineer and Naval Architect edited by [Anonymus AC02767386] (1886)
"After six months the boats were redocked, and on examination it was found that the copper sheathing was covered with fouling matter, while the composition ..."