- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rewrap.
“Suddenly, Santa looked in this treasure trove of forgotten bling and out popped J.S. A quality item rewrapped is still a quality item.”
“Julia was shocked the first time she saw one of their Chinese informants being paid in opium, staring in disbelief as Betty cut a thick slice from what looked like a loaf of Boston brown bread that she then carefully rewrapped and returned to the Registry safe.”
“He reset the talisman back in the velvet-lined box, closed it tightly and rewrapped the cloth back around it, albeit messily.”
“I carefully folded it up, and rewrapped it in the yellow tissue paper.”
“Have rewrapped it twice and still use it once in a while for old time's sake (I have several graphite rods).”
“I mean if you opened a present on christmas and then rewrapped it and opened it up again next christmas ... it wouldn't be as enjoyable because you already experienced the magic once and knew what to expect.”
“Today I opened another package, a teapot, I rewrapped it and placed it next to the lamp I won't use, the lamp I should have also wrapped back up.”
“She rewrapped the diamond in the cloth and put it back in her carry-on bag.”
“He rewrapped the potion and placed it back in his pack.”
“As Jarrett checked and rewrapped Turner's bloodied-but-whole right foot, the two men joked and smiled at one another, yelling over the deafening roar of the airborne Black Hawk.”
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