- v. transitive To lace again.
- v. lace again
- re- + lace (Wiktionary)
“I'm selling it with a plastic darning needle so people can relace the lace however they please.”
“Wild to have his revenge, Van has another doctor in town, Dr. Steinfranken, relace the veins and arteries in his neck with some kind of flexible metal of his own invention, making Van impervious to the bite of vampires (or vampire).”
“Last night I finally placed an order and will relace all my incandescent bulbs when the new CFLs arrive.”
“Labor law is such that companies can't simply relace one collective bargaining agreement with another when the spirit moves.”
“Austin will never relace NO, I hope you get to return sooner than later, but Austin will have some perks.”
“On July 20, d'Elbée is elected commanding general to relace Cathelineau.”
“And for every soloist who can't make it, there are 10 in the UK desperate for a chance to relace them!”
“Stephen Harper has to keep those campaign promises though--but what about the promise the relace the C-130 Hercules?”
“He suddenly lowered his face into his hands and Ronica was sorry, sorry for all she had said, and sorry for this pathetic shell of a man who had no wife to tell him to relace his tunic and scold the tailor for badly fitting trousers.”
“Its creation came just one day after black advancement groups had lashed out at the appointment of Barry Hamilton to relace fellow Brit Jim McKeena as head of Standard Chartered Zimbabwe with effect from Aug. 8.”
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