Definitions

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  • verb cook again

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Examples

  • But I had to recook the food because it was always cold by the time I got it.

    KILLING WILLIS

  • But I had to recook the food because it was always cold by the time I got it.

    KILLING WILLIS

  • We don't have the coal to recook this food on either Erebus's or Terror's large Frazer's Patent Stoves, nor on the smaller whaleboat iron stoves, and you tell me that there is insufficient fuel to use the ether spirit stoves.

    The Terror

  • Much dangerous food tastes and looks good, and is still dangerous even if you recook it.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Yellow vegetables such as squash and sweet potatoes tend to store and recook successfully.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Yellow vegetables such as squash and sweet potatoes tend to store and recook successfully.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Much dangerous food tastes and looks good, and is still dangerous even if you recook it.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Yellow vegetables such as squash and sweet potatoes tend to store and recook successfully.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Yellow vegetables such as squash and sweet potatoes tend to store and recook successfully.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • Much dangerous food tastes and looks good, and is still dangerous even if you recook it.

    HOME COMFORTS

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