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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of regild.

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Examples

  • At a later date Mr. Bancroft, supporting himself by an appeal to a formidable list of authorities, regilds the scene.

    The Prehistoric World; or, Vanished races

  • It mends its spider's webs when they have been torn; it re-establishes in us the conditions of health, and itself heals the injuries inflicted upon it; it binds the bandage again upon our eyes, brings back hope into our hearts, breathes health once more into our organs, and regilds the dream of our imagination.

    Amiel's Journal

  • Michael Bodycomb/The Frick Collection, New York Conservator Joseph Godla regilds one of the French console tables featured in the Frick's new exhibit.

    At the Frick, Dreams of Ottoman Treasures

  • Michael Bodycomb/The Frick Collection, New York Conservator Joseph Godla regilds one of the French console tables featured in the Frick's new exhibit.

    At the Frick, Dreams of Ottoman Treasures

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