Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of rebond.

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Examples

  • Since we arrived in Canada three days ago, this vacation has been about noise, daring, and speed, plus the occasional bout of bickering over the state in which John leaves his side of our hotel room, and a bit of rebonding, which is part of the reason for coming here.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Since we arrived in Canada three days ago, this vacation has been about noise, daring, and speed, plus the occasional bout of bickering over the state in which John leaves his side of our hotel room, and a bit of rebonding, which is part of the reason for coming here.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Since we arrived in Canada three days ago, this vacation has been about noise, daring, and speed, plus the occasional bout of bickering over the state in which John leaves his side of our hotel room, and a bit of rebonding, which is part of the reason for coming here.

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • "Elizabethtown" almost made me claw my own eyes out, but this rock 'n' roll road movie chronicling Crowe's own ride as a too-young correspondent for the Rolling Stone is as fun as it is moving, and even made me a fan of Elton John again with one of the best uses of a pop song ever, the band rebonding with "Tiny Dancer."

    My (and only my) best movies of the decade: The top 10

  • "Elizabethtown" almost made me claw my own eyes out, but this rock 'n' roll road movie chronicling Crowe's own ride as a too-young correspondent for the Rolling Stone is as fun as it is moving, and even made me a fan of Elton John again with one of the best uses of a pop song ever, the band rebonding with "Tiny Dancer."

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Given the graphic and disturbing details of this case, it was certainly nice to hear from Jaycee Dugard's aunt, who explained how the family is rebonding in private.

    CNN Transcript Sep 3, 2009

  • It was awfully straight too - cough rebonding cough - and then i decided to chop it off (seriously, 2005 was a stressful year) then it grew again.

    yanxious Diary Entry

  • Hmmm.. yeah I can't see this ending with some kind of violent showdown involving Spiderman honestly in my fanboyiest imagination we get an agry Peter rebonding with the symbiote to take a bunch of people, then going angsty about it all set to coincide with Spiderman 3's release, but that's just me.

    THUNDERBOLTS #111 Marvel Comics, 2007

  • It tends to “dissociate” to a slight extent, with a hydrogen occasionally breaking off from one molecule and rebonding to a nearby intact water molecule.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • This general rebonding forms a continuous meshwork of protein molecules that traps the liquid and fat globules in small pockets, and turns the fluid milk into a fragile solid.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

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