Definitions

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  • verb Simple past of refreeze.

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Examples

  • On Saturday, more than five inches of snow fell in roughly an hour, which then melted slightly and refroze, turning to ice, the spokeswoman said.

    Snow, Ice Ground Flights Across Europe

  • I'm about to go out to check the water trough for the horses husband pounded a hole in the ice earlier, but it's time for another drink if it refroze, the temperature, and replenish birdseed.

    From Twitter 01-09-2010

  • A certain kind of vapor refroze when it encountered the hull.

    The Clique

  • Later in the day, the ice refroze, and by today it looks a little more like the North Pole at the heighth of the summer melt.

    Unthreaded #18 « Climate Audit

  • And then she subsequently froze, defrosted and refroze the beef?

    August « 2007 « knitnut.net

  • NASA's QuikScat satellite detected snowmelt by radar pulses that bounce off of ice that formed when snowmelt refroze (just as ice cream turns to ice when it is refrozen after being left out on the counter too long.)

    From the WSJ Opinion Archives

  • And then she subsequently froze, defrosted and refroze the beef?

    An aspiring carnivore « knitnut.net

  • Even after Crozier fell into the rhythm — he'd joined sledging parties since March, when he first began dispatching boats and gear to King William Land, and well knew the drill of man-hauling — the pain of the straps across his aching chest, the weight of the mass being pulled, and the discomfort from sweat that froze, thawed, and refroze in his clothes were all a shock.

    The Terror

  • And then she subsequently froze, defrosted and refroze the beef? source: Janet cooks beef, knitnut.net ...

    Janet cooks beef « knitnut.net

  • And then she subsequently froze, defrosted and refroze the beef?

    Janet cooks beef « knitnut.net

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