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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rebrace.

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Examples

  • With renewed health, and nerves rebraced, we hoped to combat successfully,

    A Love Story

  • He held up to him a vision of the penitentiary as the reward of grafting, and when the mayor was sufficiently wilted, rebraced him by promising to defend him, whatever happened, and finally restored him to complacency by showing him that the transaction was not graft at all.

    Kilo : being the love story of Eliph' Hewlitt, book agent

  • The morning brings cares, and although with rebraced energies and renovated strength, then is the season that we are best qualified to struggle with the harassing brood, still Ferdinand Armine, the involved son of a ruined race, seldom rose from his couch, seldom recalled consciousness after repose, without a pang.

    Henrietta Temple A Love Story

  • Deliberately Edward rebraced his helm, and settled himself in his saddle, and with his knights riding close each to each, that they might not lose themselves in the darkness, regained his infantry, and led them on to the quarter where the war now raged fiercest, round the black steed of Warwick and the blood-red manteline of the fiery

    The Last of the Barons — Volume 12

  • Deliberately Edward rebraced his helm, and settled himself in his saddle, and with his knights riding close each to each, that they might not lose themselves in the darkness, regained his infantry, and led them on to the quarter where the war now raged fiercest, round the black steed of Warwick and the blood-red manteline of the fiery Richard.

    The Last of the Barons — Complete

  • With the morning my friend's nerves were rebraced, and he was not less excited by curiosity than myself.

    The Coming Race

  • We have had a week of very hard frost, that has done me great good, and rebraced me.

    The Letters of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford — Volume 3

  • Vivaldi’s nerves were instantly rebraced, and he sprang to the door, which was unfastened, and yielded immediately to his impetuous hand.

    The Italian

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