- v. Simple past tense and past participle of refinish.
“Have your Auto 5 "refinished" or whatever it needs to spruce it up "like new" by a gunsmith, or whoever, and give it to her.”
“The living room features period detailing, such as refinished parquet hardwood floors, a beamed ceiling, a fireplace with Batchelder tile, and custom-made French doors that replicate the originals.”
“Most liners can be peeled away and the tub refinished, no problem, if properly installed.”
“During July and August, Ms. Bernhard had the floors refinished and at least 4,000 square feet of carpet replaced.”
“Mr. Kirkland wore the color in bejeweled headpieces, sashes, capes and jump suits and refinished many of his guitars with a combination of bright red and silver metallic paint.”
“The first stop is the living room – a compact space with gleaming, refinished pine floors that Ron Hottle, president of Celebrating Patsy Cline, said predate the Civil War.”
“Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal The couple replaced the windows, re-plastered the walls and refinished the parquet floors after taking up the carpet.”
“But on the newly refinished hardwood floor, a dotted outline of Post-its clearly indicates where his desk will go.”
“My brother has a bunch of those Stevens 311 series doubles that he has refinished and spruced up.”
“You can also scout home salvage yards for stone or wood countertops that can be refinished or recut to suit your space.”
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