- v. To wed again.
- re- + wed. (Wiktionary)
“Prices slated to remain the same or go lower include some espresso drinks and in most markets its $1.50 12-ounce b rewed coffee.”
“The pour over, where coffee is brewed by the cup, on demand and ... rewed coffee is hot again, and we're not talking about press pots.”
“We dutifully were rewed, six months after our divorce, with Lindsey Buckingham serving as best man.”
“Want to contact your dear departed wife before you rewed?”
“The media whirlwind sprang from the ground quite on its own momentum, rewed up by an anxiety to encompass that trend of which she was such an incendiary symbol.”
“They must pay taxes that support public assistance for injured workers sc rewed out of their benefits.”
“If the major league baseball season plays out this way, the Washington Nationals and Kansas City Chiefs are going to dominate while the Philadelphia Phillies are scah-rewed.”
“Hilleco can they do that? no wonder things are sc. rewed up”
“rewed coffee is hot again, and we re not talking about press pots.”
“rewed coffee is hot again, and we're not talking about press pots.”
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