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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of regrout.

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Examples

  • Reviewing insurance billings was about as appealing as watching tile being regrouted.

    Fat Chance

  • Reviewing insurance billings was about as appealing as watching tile being regrouted.

    Fat Chance

  • Reviewing insurance billings was about as appealing as watching tile being regrouted.

    Fat Chance

  • The walls have been freshly plastered and painted in a green-tinted, off-white color, and the floor tiles recently regrouted.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

  • In the bathroom, he replaced the sink and mirror, regrouted the white tiles, installed $69 glass shower doors, added two rows of black tiles and striped the bathtub with black enamel paint.

    The Seattle Times

  • In the bathroom, he replaced the sink and mirror, regrouted the white tiles, installed $69 glass shower doors, added two rows of black tiles and striped the bathtub with black enamel paint.

    The Seattle Times

  • • Boston Market, 1620 Wesel Blvd. - prep sink must be resealed to wall; floor tiles by back door must be repaired/replaced and those floor tiles must be regrouted.

    The Herald-Mail Online

  • You thought you had me beat, and then I regrouted the tub and regained lost ground.

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  • Door handles and hinges were fixed, tile regrouted, rugs and refrigerators cleaned.

    Business News

  • Their income increased throughout the ’30s, profits from Flush bought a “new pond, regrouted the old one, and paved the front garden.”

    Imperfect Union

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