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  • noun Plural form of refitting.

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Examples

  • By the time the show was ready, I had at least five costume refittings.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • By the time the show was ready, I had at least five costume refittings.

    The Dance

  • One glance had told Sisko that such a gathering of force couldn't have been the random result of ship refittings and shore leaves.

    Time's Enemy

  • Inside there were signs of many refittings and overhauls, but the atomics were well shielded, and it carried a surprising chemical fuel auxiliary for the cabin size.

    Gold in the Sky

  • The fittings and refittings for me full of loving ingenuity, the musical young lady other side the wall; the general dreary and chaotic state of inward man while struggling to get 'Cromwell' started, all this

    Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle

  • Their pride, as well as their piety, desired that these stones of their temples might be goodly; and all kinds of junctions, insertions, refittings, and elevations were undertaken; which, the genius of the people being always for mosaic, are so perfectly executed, and mix up twelfth and thirteenth century work in such intricate harlequinade, that it is enough to drive a poor antiquary wild.

    Val d'Arno

  • The nearer and undecorated wall is part of the older palace, though much defaced by modern opening of common windows, refittings of the brickwork, etc. SECTION VI.

    Stones of Venice [introductions]

  • They were also fussy about their garments, so there were refittings and alterations, all accompanied by rapid-fire bursts of suggestions from their mothers and sisters.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • They were also fussy about their garments, so there were refittings and alterations, all accompanied by rapid-fire bursts of suggestions from their mothers and sisters.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • There had been vague stirrings in the regiments far behind the firing line 'in rest,' refittings and completings of kits, reissuing of worn equipments, and a most ominous anxiety that each man was duly equipped with an 'identity disc,' the tell-tale little badge that hangs always round the neck of a man on active service and that bears the word of who he is when he is brought in wounded -- who he was when brought in dead.

    Between the Lines

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