Definition of Resoaked
1. resoak [v] - See also: resoak
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Literary usage of Resoaked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Forestry Quarterly by New York State College of Forestry (1913)
"These slits do not reunite when the wood is resoaked, although they may ... It indicates the reason why wood dried and then resoaked is weaker than the ..."
2. Steel Rails: Their History, Properties, Strength and Manufacture, with Notes by William Hamilton Sellew (1913)
"Control Plan — Creosote Tie Tests. treated pieces, marked from 9 to 12, were similarly tested, but were resoaked, if necessary, to bring them back to the ..."
3. Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the Master-Car by Master Car-Builders' Association (1898)
"Several reply that they prefer the old waste, thoroughly shaken out, resoaked, and mixed with new; two reply, not as a rule, but whenever packing is removed ..."
4. Circularby United States Forest Service by United States Forest Service (1907)
"... with very few exceptions, a decided reduction in strength when resoaked after having been kiln-dried with moist heat up to about 130° F. The average ..."
5. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"The twigs of Rhus trilobata, the aromatic sumac, having small three-lobed leaves, are soaked, scraped and split, resoaked in water, and then woven into ..."
6. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"The twigs of Rhus trilobata, the aromatic sumac, having small thrce-lobed leaves, are soaked, scraped and split, resoaked in water, and then woven into ..."
7. The American Annual of Photography (1909)
"... to ink up until they have been dried and resoaked in water for 5 or 10 minutes. Of course the bromide print will require to be fixed and it is a good ..."