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- v. fasten again
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To fasten again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To fasten again.
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Richards says the repair involves applying an adhesive to refasten the louver to the hood.
I would lower the mold back down, refasten it, then use a little gun that was suspended above me to inject all the 50 molds with a fresh batch of latex.
You can't string the pearls back onto a broken necklace and refasten the clasp and make it good as new.
This time she was always ready before old Richard got here, even though she'd sometimes take an extra minute or two to refasten a sandal strap or a barrette.
He actually noticed my shoe had come undone and risked his pant leg on that musty floor in order to refasten it for me!
As Monica stepped back inside the hospital and walked to the elevator bank, she reached up to gather the strands of her hair and refasten the clip.
I willed more strength down the line, to coil about the cords and refasten them, stronger than before.
Wes paused to refasten the grill, then moved away between the warriors.
But he removed his hand to refasten his pants, then set her on her feet.
That was when the Antarctic wind blew and I was too cold and windblown to refasten my coat.