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  • verb Present participle of regrip.

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Examples

  • Carly Ray is looking out her window, gripping and then regripping her bag, as if she's kneading dough.

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  • Carly Ray is looking out her window, gripping and then regripping her bag, as if she's kneading dough.

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  • Not his interminable regripping of the club and seemingly endless waggles as he addressed the ball.

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  • This facility for gripping, quitting and regripping, now here, now there and always without a wound, the part of the victim whence the nourishment is drawn tells us of itself that the mouth of the Anthrax is not armed with mandibular fangs capable of digging into the skin and tearing it.

    The Life of the fly; with which are interspersed some chapters of autobiography

  • "A lot of times I am busy with club repair and regripping."

    The Albert Lea Tribune

  • He'll do everything from reshafting and regripping clubs to regular maintenance and degree adjustments.

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  • He'll do everything from reshafting and regripping clubs to regular maintenance and degree adjustments.

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  • "A lot of times I am busy with club repair and regripping."

    The Albert Lea Tribune

  • With "Twilight" fever regripping the nation -- Chapter 2, "New Moon," rises in theaters November 20 -- many of the projects on display at the trade show are spinning any "Twilight" connection they can find to hawk their wares.

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  • The irons all had brand new grips so it was cheaper than regripping my old irons.

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