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  • v. To clothe again or anew.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • transitive v. To clothe again.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • To clothe again.


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re- +‎ clothe


  • The grant to rebuild barely covered the demolition—which left them with the remainder of the mortgage to pay every month while renting substitute lodgings and trying to reclothe their children.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Denoriel was no Magus Major, but the elf who could not clothe and reclothe him - or herself with a single thought when Underhill hardly deserved the name of Child of Dannae.

    This Scepter'd Isle

  • But as you reclothe yourselves in the silken treasures of a revitalized Earth, of an Eden reborn, the Memories will reactivate.

    Songs of the Arcturians

  • Sometimes the master, having relished her beauty, merely had her reclothe herself and return to her labors.

    Dancer Of Gor

  • I limited the pursuit, this morning, to Mill Creek, and will forthwith march the army to Goldsboro ', there to rest, reclothe, and get some rations.

    Memoirs of the Union's Three Great Civil War Generals

  • While the above operations are being proceeded with, dry the hands and feet, and as soon as dry clothing or blankets can be procured, strip the body and cover, or gradually reclothe it, but take care not to interfere with the efforts to restore breathing.

    Swimming Scientifically Taught A Practical Manual for Young and Old

  • Then, after eating the remainder of the flesh, they laid the bones and the rest in anatomical order in a coffin and buried them with the usual rites, believing that the god to whom the animal was sacrificed would reclothe the bones with flesh and restore the animal to life in Jabme-Aimo, the subterranean world of the dead.

    The Golden Bough: A Study in Magic and Religion

  • This Mary Magdalene believes her lover was the Chosen Son of God, and that the Father will reclothe the Son in a new garment of flesh and send him back to his beloved.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great

  • Her body rests here in peace until it shall rise again in God, Who took away her soul, chaste, modest, and ever inviolate in His Holy Spirit; He, the Lord, will reclothe her at some time with spiritual glory.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

  • "We 'll make it a rush trip," came the answer, and Fairchild hung up the 'phone, to rub his half-frozen, aching feet a moment, then to reclothe them in the socks and shoes, watching the entrance of the

    The Cross-Cut


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