Definition of Relight

1. v. t. To light or kindle anew.



Definition of Relight

1. Verb. To light or kindle anew. ¹

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Definition of Relight

1. light [v -LIGHTED or -LIT, -LIGHTING, -LIGHTS] - See also: light

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Relight

relieved
relievedly
relievement
relievements
reliever
relievers
relieves
relievest
relieveth
relieving
relievingly
relievo
relievos
religate
religation
relight (current term)
relightable
relighted
relighter
relighters
relighting
relights
religion
religion and medicine
religion and psychology
religionary
religionism
religionist
religionists
religionize

Literary usage of Relight

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1. Transactions of the Manchester Geological Society by Manchester Geological Society (1895)
"A collier might knock his lamp out and damage it, and proceed to relight it in a dangerous place. Mr. HARRISON : I think the objection Mr. Atkinson raises ..."

2. Catechism of the Locomotive by Matthias Nace Forney, Georg Kosak (1892)
"It is therefore necessary to be constantly ready to relight the streams of gas which ... To relight them with certainty it is necessary to keep a constant ..."

3. Catechism of the Locomotive by Matthias Nace Forney (1875)
"It is therefore necessary to be constantly ready to relight the streams ... To relight them with certainty it is necessary to keep a constant temperature in ..."

4. Island Song Lyrics Volume 2 by Larry W. Jones (2004)
"... love you I would be a liar My dreams of you fills every desire So I'll relight this tiki torch of love with fire Tiki torch of love with fire Tiki torch ..."

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