Definition of Resoak

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



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resoak

reslate
reslated
reslates
reslating
reslizumab
resmelt
resmelted
resmelting
resmelts
resmethrin
resmooth
resmoothed
resmoothing
resmooths
resmudge
resoak (current term)
resoaked
resoaking
resoaks
resocialization
resocialize
resocialized
resocializes
resocializing
resod
resodded
resodding
resods
resoften
resoftened

Literary usage of Resoak

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Still-hunter by Theodore Strong Van Dyke (1904)
"But if in no haste, let it dry and resoak it for a day. ... Should it be too hard to work soft the first time, resoak it and rub dry again. ..."

2. The Still-hunter by Theodore Strong Van Dyke (1882)
"But if in no haste, let it dry and resoak it for a day. ... Should it be too hard to work soft the first time, resoak it and rub dry again. ..."

3. The Fly-fisher's Entomology: Illustrated by Coloured Representations of the by Alfred Ronalds (1839)
"However, to make the best of these knots as soon as they are formed, and before drawing them tight, resoak the gut, and failures will be less frequent; ..."

4. Transactions of the Obstetrical Society of London: Vol. I-XLIX, for the Year by Obstetrical Society of London (1877)
"Now, the idea which will probably strike thinkers on the subject is this, whether the process of drying and resoak- ing produces any alteration in the shape ..."

5. Lubricating Engineer's Handbook: A Reference Book of Data, Tables and by John Rome Battle (1916)
"Never pile the waste on the screen, as the oil draining from the upper layers will merely resoak the partially drained waste below it. Oil. ..."

6. Transactions of the Southern Surgical and Gynecological Association (1905)
"He further explained how I got my good results by stating that bichloride and alcohol inhibit the growth of germs. I resoak my hands in bichloride every ten ..."

7. Lubricating Engineer's Handbook: A Reference Book of Data, Tables and by John Rome Battle (1916)
"Never pile the waste on the screen, as the oil draining from the upper layers will merely resoak the partially drained waste below it. Oil. ..."

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