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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of redescend.

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Examples

  • They redescended, and, whispering to Lady Constantine to remain

    Two on a Tower

  • The lights of the houseboat flashed upon the flying waggon as it passed; the beat of hoofs and the rattle of the vehicle gradually coalesced and died away; and presently, to the trio on the riverside, silence had redescended.

    The Wrong Box

  • Having said this, Captain Nemo, followed by his lieutenant, redescended to the interior of the Nautilus.

    Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

  • He returned to the upper room and replaced the lantern, and immediately redescended to the storehouse.

    The Dock Rats of New York

  • Having refreshed ourselves, examined the flags of all nations, and made all the remarks which our limited Spanish allowed, we took leave, redescended, and reëmbarked.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 04, No. 22, August, 1859

  • After waiting a few minutes, he redescended to the foot of the tower.

    A Voyage to Arcturus

  • For, with the opening of that blackmailing letter from that injured brother officer, all the old terrors had redescended upon Leonora.

    The Good Soldier

  • Stirred to the depths, she redescended the stairs, calling for help: shortly afterwards, the entire Close was in a state of ferment: house porters, neighbours, male and female, crowded round Madame Béju, endeavouring to understand her disconnected account of the terrifying spectacle she had come face to face with but a minute before.

    Messengers of Evil Being a Further Account of the Lures and Devices of Fantômas

  • Then the Honourable Billy redescended with a sober, nonchalent air.

    Sketches in Lavender, Blue and Green

  • They redescended, and, whispering to Lady Constantine to remain a few stairs behind, he began to rattle and unlock the door.

    Two on a Tower

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