Last modified on 9 August 2014, at 17:11

reknit

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

re- +‎ knit

VerbEdit

reknit (third-person singular simple present reknits, present participle reknitting, simple past and past participle reknit or reknitted)

  1. To knit again.
    • about 1900, O. Henry, Hygeia at the Solito
      Bright-beady of eye, bony of cheek and jaw, scarred, toughened, broken and reknit, indestructible, grisly, gladiatorial as a hornet, he was a type neither new nor unfamiliar.
    • 2009 January 24, Gord Stimmell, “Fuzion frenzy uncorked”, Toronto Star:
      " Or kept in the cellar for a month or two to let it settle and reknit.

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