Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of rebend.

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Examples

  • Doug went around to his side, scanning the street as he went, then climbed in, slowly rebending his back.

    The Town

  • We now had three whale-boats, two plying steadily between the vessel and shore, the other kept busy running out anchors, rebending parted hawsers, and recovering the lost anchors.

    Chapter 15

  • We now had three whale-boats, two plying steadily between the vessel and shore, the other kept busy running out anchors, rebending parted hawsers, and recovering the lost anchors.

    Chapter 15

  • The remainder of that day was devoted to the task of rebending the canvas; but it was not until noon of the next day that the brig was again in a condition to go to sea.

    The Castaways

  • a salvage hook that I made by unbending and rebending a hair-pin ....

    It, and Other Stories

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