Definitions

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  • verb To break again.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ break

Examples

  • So they resolved to not "stay broken," to hold out as long as they could, provide as little real information as possible, not be used for propaganda and make the North Vietnamese "rebreak" them each time.

    Fraters Libertas

  • By the time they wheeled him into the OR, his bones had already started to reknit, much to the amazement of the medical staff, who were then forced to rebreak and set the radius and ulna of both forearms.

    Masked

  • If the first punch didn't rebreak my almost-healed rib, the second definitely did.

    Hi-Ya!

  • By the time they wheeled him into the OR, his bones had already started to reknit, much to the amazement of the medical staff, who were then forced to rebreak and set the radius and ulna of both forearms.

    Masked

  • Setting it will probably require that we rebreak it.

    Red Knife

  • Setting it will probably require that we rebreak it.

    Red Knife

  • Setting it will probably require that we rebreak it.

    Red Knife

  • “They have to rebreak my hand and put pins in to hold it,” she says.

    Cheer!

  • Setting it will probably require that we rebreak it.

    Red Knife

  • “They have to rebreak my hand and put pins in to hold it,” she says.

    Cheer!

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