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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of recloak.

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Examples

  • Not to sound like a joyless old warrior, but I well remember the days of the early 1990s when there was a far-Right scare in this country fuelled by the re-emergence of the National Front which had recloaked itself in the rotten mantle of the British National Party and a growing number of instances of fascist activity across Europe, paralled by the pursuit of ethnic cleansing across the former Yugoslavia.

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  • Not to sound like a joyless old warrior, but I well remember the days of the early 1990s when there was a far-Right scare in this country fuelled by the re-emergence of the National Front which had recloaked itself in the rotten mantle of the British National Party and a growing number of instances of fascist activity across Europe, paralled by the pursuit of ethnic cleansing across the former Yugoslavia.

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  • "I doubt anyone would remain stationary once they'd recloaked."

    Proud Helios

  • Cerryl recloaked himself and his mount, easing the chestnut sideways slightly, so that the reveler would walk by, rather than run into the horse.

    The White Order

  • Having recloaked, John follows the darts into the docking bay of the Primary hive.

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  • "Helios has not recloaked," Dax said, "which is good and bad news.

    Proud Helios

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