from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To get again.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To get again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To get or obtain again.
- To generate or bear again.
May 23rd, 2008 5: 23 pm ET this woman is too ambition and can do anything to get that seat. if anything happen to obama i reget she will be the first suspect, am her supporter but am not anymore. she is sick mike
I reget that I have but one R to give to regretsy.
My only reget is the sad, sad state of the Democratic party.
Grusinskaya: You will reget this Baron, and your little dog too!
I know i'm going to reget this but everyone has read that UPN was shifting it's focus to the young urban "black" crowd.
But I'll never reget picking up good or even mediocre editions of obscure texts.
Minime gentium! meus nasus nunquam tangetur, dum spiritus hos reget artus — Ad quid agendum? air uxor burgomagistri.
_I shall rule_. regam regēmus regēs regētis reget regent
Pollio, et incipient magni procedere menses; te duce, si qua manent sceleris uestigia nostri, inrita perpetua soluent formidine terras. ille deum uitam accipiet diuisque uidebit15 permixtos heroas et ipse uidebitur illis, pacatumque reget patriis uirtutibus orbem.
We shall not, however, see much reason to reget the want of this hope, when we consider how little prospect there is, that the most delinquent States will ever be able to make compensation for their pecuniary failures.