Definition of Remended
1. remend [v] - See also: remend
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Literary usage of Remended
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Edinburgh Review by Sydney Smith (1872)
"... retorn, remended, and so on till it reached the pawnbroker's shop in Paris, where the English lady bargained for it, who now laments that her ' Spanish ..."
2. Bentley's Miscellany by Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith (1841)
"We then retired from the room, leaving the good physician to watch by him. We sat in anxious vigil in the ante-chamber. The lawyer mended and remended his ..."
3. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1894)
"At night came the Carpenter of the Nonsuch aboard, who gave me account that the Bonaventure was firmly and sufficiently remended of her keel and garboard ..."
4. Bentley's Miscellany by Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith, George Cruikshank (1841)
"The lawyer mended and remended his pens. I confess I fidgeted. The distant relations, and those who expected small legacies, offered me every attention. ..."
5. California Pastoral. 1769-1848 by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1888)
"less elaborately, and as stuffs were costly, they were mended and remended as long as possible. At the missions were kept a great store of woollen cloths, ..."