Definitions

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  • verb Simple past of rebreak.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • You almost rebroke … Words vanished when she glimpsed his face.

    Demon From The Dark

  • He almost cried when we got rear ended by the car and it rebroke the weak arm that was barely healed.

    Sound Politics: King County GOP election results

  • LEE: I look at our generation, that we were -- rebroke the glass ceiling.

    CNN Transcript Aug 17, 2008

  • Her eyes remained dry even while her heart rebroke at the strain of having to go back to a time she wished she could forget.

    Red Hot Reunion

  • A few days later, The Washington Post rebroke the news and it was page one everywhere.

    No Excuses

  • A few days later, The Washington Post rebroke the news and it was page one everywhere.

    No Excuses

  • A few days later, The Washington Post rebroke the news and it was page one everywhere.

    No Excuses

  • The staff member who was in charge of the disease that I engineered for the game did a poor job of using it, I rebroke my tailbone (yay for slipping on black ice), and the feast was not exciting as I had hoped.

    qdiosa Diary Entry

  • He caught up a bucket, made for their hole in the ice, rebroke a six-inch layer, the freeze of a few hours, and filling his bucket, returned to the cabin.

    The Last of the Plainsmen

  • It rebroke his finger, and the second fracture was worse than the first.

    The Personal Life Of David Livingstone

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