Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reclasp.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Naught, clasping and reclasping those boredom-fraught hands,

    Algae Freunden

  • “Maybe,” he answered, reclasping his hands at his knees.

    The Brush Off

  • “Maybe,” he answered, reclasping his hands at his knees.

    The Brush Off

  • “Maybe,” he answered, reclasping his hands at his knees.

    The Brush Off

  • “Maybe,” he answered, reclasping his hands at his knees.

    The Brush Off

  • Portegin shifted uneasily in the pilot's seat, clasping and reclasping the control bar with anxious, quick fingers.

    Survivors

  • "I am much afraid that this war has been sent as a punishment for our sins," said Cousin Sophia, unclasping her pale hands from her lap and reclasping them solemnly over her stomach.

    Rilla of Ingleside

  • "Did it reach your ears," she said, reclasping a band of jewels on her arm, "that Sir John Oxon had been offered a place in a foreign court, and that 'twas said he would soon leave England?"

    A Lady of Quality

  • "Did it reach your ears," she said, reclasping a band of jewels on her arm, "that John Oxon had been offered a place in a foreign Court, and that 'twas said he would soon leave England?"

    A Lady of Quality

  • "And your boy?" asked Angela, reclasping the bracelet on the fair, round arm, having looked her fill at the mutinous eyes, the brown, crisply curling hair, dainty, pointed chin, and dimpled cheeks.

    London Pride Or When the World Was Younger

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