Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To weigh a second time; verify the weight of by a second test or trial.
- v. To weigh again; to weigh something that has already been weighed.
- From re- + weigh (Wiktionary)
“So, you check out the latest official state exchange rate, and then reweigh your bars.”
“I could reweigh the same charge and get differnt results.”
“He left, but asked the lady at the warehouse to please call him when the reweigh was complete.”
“Thomas said he'd double check the trailer and make sure no one else's stuff was on there and then get a reweigh.”
“- This crisis is an "opportunity to reweigh your life" -, as Abuaf calls the funeral gathering mourning the overweight corpse, a chance to tame the world banksters.”
“If having his actual son fighting makes him reweigh the cost of war, perhaps he lacks the competence to govern.”
“The reweigh for the reader in a dispute with ASAP Van Lines over her moving bill has been moved forward to sometime after June 3rd .”
“Or she continues her chargeback and abandons the items tiffany: We are happy she is agreeing to the reweigh benpopken: When are you going to do the rescale?”
“I offered her a reweigh upon delivery to see the accuracy and we have weight scale tickets.”
“I also told her about the reweigh but she basically kept telling me to call her aunt and was very mad and I told her if she raised her voice I was hanging up, she kept cutting me off, I finally was like fine mam this conversation is done and I will call you aunt and i did hang up.”
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