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  • v. To summon again.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To summon again.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To summon or call again.
  • To recall; recover.


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  • She tried to resummon her resentment, but it was difficult to be angry with a man who looked as good as Dominic.

    Game for Seduction

  • People can remember it, but they can't quite resummon it.

    Remembering the Dawn of the Age of Abundance

  • Now some of them want out, led by a pale-faced scarred guy with a telescoping spear and a really bad temper, who's trying to find his twin sister to reassemble a magical crown that will allow him to resummon the golden army and finish off humanity.

    Alex Remington: Hellboy 2 Stands Out in a Weak Summer for Movies

  • A Warlock would bring a pet to Molten Core, have it get hit with a DoT bomb (from Boss Geddon I believe), leave the instance, hit a major hub (like Ironforge Auction House), resummon the pet that still had the DoT and just let the bomb go off.


  • And I was always trying very much to listen, to resummon in my head the sound of his voice or the way he was using words when he told me something that I wrote down.

    What I Saw at the Revolution

  • So the morning was sort of trying to resummon him, and keep him in my head.

    What I Saw at the Revolution

  • Missy shut her eyes and tried to resummon the vision, to rehear those rhythmic words so fraught with wisdom.


  • Subsequent visits / page refreshes failed to resummon the message, by the way.

    ClickZ News Blog

  • The police will also resummon Jang's former manager Yoo Jang-ho during the week to look further into how the notes were written and leaked to the media.


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