Definitions

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  • n. Obsolete spelling of repast.
  • v. To paste again.

Etymologies

re- +‎ paste (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Another very handy trick is to first highlight the entire message you're about to send (press Ctrl-A), then copy it (press Ctrl-C) so that if Google does eat your time-consuming message, you can still repaste it (by pressing Ctrl-V) into the commentbox again or by saving it in a file for a later attempt.

    Blogger can't seem to handle long comments

  • Open discussion I see … I had to repaste it on several pages to keep it alive …

    Think Progress » Earth’s temperature highest in 400 years.

  • Finally, if anyone wants to repost the banner, just copy and repaste the following:

    Let the Voting Begin

  • That's not blogger offering storage... that's a few smart users realising that you can pull out a URL from the black hole of post-image storage, and repaste the image somewhere else...

    Boosting Blogger - Freshblog

  • When it is happening, I quickly copy the post, close the window, reopen repaste and try again.

    Firedoglake » FDL Late Nite: Some Inconvenient Truths

  • In some situations, I don't want to delete your comments so I'll copy and repaste them with certain objectionable things edited out.

    A Stronger Comment Policy

  • Reply why the heck did typepad require me to repaste my info and comment into the box after previewing? kimmie

    Find Us a Home - Anil Dash

  • Violenta all this time which fed her bloudie and cruell harte with none other repaste but with rage and disdaine, began to bee appeased, and founde the counsaile of

    The Palace of Pleasure, Volume 1

  • I'm not going to repaste stuff here because it's a waste of my time.

    Denver Post: News: Breaking: Local

  • You checked out bellaandedward. com or whatever, came to this link, FOUND the link from the first start, then took your time to go to the end of the page, and then waste 10 minutes of your life to copy and repaste the phrase?

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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