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  • verb To dip again.

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Examples

  • Then take a set of tongs and redip each lobster in your broth just to coat them with more flavor.

    Mosh Potatoes

  • Then take a set of tongs and redip each lobster in your broth just to coat them with more flavor.

    Mosh Potatoes

  • When I was young I'd redip them all the time, twirl one then the other, put fire on my arms, and I'd cross my arms and set the burning tassels on my arms.

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  • When I was young I'd redip them all the time, twirl one then the other, put fire on my arms, and I'd cross my arms and set the burning tassels on my arms.

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  • Once at that temperature, you are ready to redip your strawberries.

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