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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reclasp.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Mrs. Grimble reclasped her hands and repeated her inquiry.

    Shortcut Man

  • Mrs. Grimble reclasped her hands and repeated her inquiry.

    Shortcut Man

  • With a gentle smile, she shrugged, then reclasped the ear firmly into place.

    Killing Time

  • He reached up to straighten the out-of-place hairs above his ear and reclasped his hands tightly.

    A Cold Red Sunrise

  • A startled glance from a woman carrying a dulcimer told me the mantle I had bought from Agia's brother was in disarray, permitting the fuligin of my guild cloak (which must have looked like mere empty darkness to the poor woman) to be seen through the opening, As I rearranged it and reclasped the fibula I said,

    The Shadow of the Torturer

  • Malone paid no attention to him, and the prisoner unclasped his hands, rubbed them on his coveralls and then reclasped them in his lap.

    Supermind

  • Briskow's hands fluttered toward the gems, then reclasped themselves in her lap; she bent closer and regarded them fixedly.

    Flowing Gold

  • She crushed her knuckles tighter and tighter over her lips, she pressed her fingers to her eyes, she slowly clasped and reclasped her hands, listening for what she did not know.

    The Pit: A Story of Chicago

  • She crushed her knuckles tighter and tighter over her lips, she pressed her fingers to her eyes, she slowly clasped and reclasped her hands, listening for what she did not know.

    The Pit

  • The notary reclasped his note-book, and returned it to his pocket;

    Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 442 Volume 17, New Series, June 19, 1852

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