Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of refold.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She looked at me steadily, folding and refolding her hands in her lap.

    Exit the Actress

  • On the year anniversary the mother took out the box of baby clothes and sat on the porch, refolding them.

    Spring

  • She looked at me steadily, folding and refolding her hands in her lap.

    Exit the Actress

  • I fold everything neatly, much more neatly than I need to, folding and refolding to get everything absolutely right.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • Somewhere along this chain, there is a link, we must hope, that can be attacked by medication—to prevent inflammation, discourage ozone reactions, encourage the refolding apparatus, improve protein solubility or boost the plaque-removal mechanism.

    Connecting the Pieces of the Alzheimer's Puzzle

  • I fold everything neatly, much more neatly than I need to, folding and refolding to get everything absolutely right.

    The Kitchen Daughter

  • On the year anniversary the mother took out the box of baby clothes and sat on the porch, refolding them.

    Spring

  • Ma had been folding and refolding the map, trying to answer his question about the Skyway and the Dan Ryan.

    Into the Wild Blue Yonder

  • I sat down in a folding chair and waited, nervously folding and refolding the paper that held my selection of bland ecumenical prayers.

    Beginner’s Grace

  • Lana asked, and began refolding the heavy coats and scarves into the suitcase.

    Let The Dead Lie

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