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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of refix.

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Examples

  • However, the constituent assembly polls date has been refixed for 10 April 2008.

    Conflicts Likely to Heighten in Nepal

  • And he described these horrible, torturous experiences of having, you know, dental work done without novocaine, or having his nose broken and refixed without any painkillers.

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  • But now the best part of my courage was spent; and when the tall stranger refixed his rod and calmly recrossed those ominous planks, I durst not set forth on the perilous errand of spying out his ways and tracking him.

    Erema

  • But she quickly regained control of herself, refixed the smile to her face, and added, Yes, it is.

    The Case of the Colonist’s Corpse

  • But she quickly regained control of herself, refixed the smile to her face, and added, Yes, it is.

    The Case of the Colonist’s Corpse

  • As if summoned from a long distance, Sir Lawrence galvanitically refixed his monocle.

    The White Monkey

  • But she quickly regained control of herself, refixed the smile to her face, and added, Yes, it is.

    The Case of the Colonist’s Corpse

  • He averted his glance quickly, but almost as quickly refixed his gaze upon the impassive symbol of death, with an expression glowering and contemptuous, and with an angry gesture struck it down among the weeds with his stick.

    The Evil Guest

  • Instinctively they all looked towards the tower of Castra Regis, and saw that the workmen had refixed the kite, which had risen again and was beginning to float out to its former station.

    The Lair of the White Worm

  • Then I refixed it, with his micro-filament antenna keyed to a false boss.

    Timegod's World

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