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  • verb Present participle of regrout.

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Examples

  • She is a Rorschach test: people have always seen in her what they want to see, whether it's the domestic goddess who transformed mundane housework into an artistic pursuit or the prickly perfectionist who makes us feel inadequate if we can't whip up a peach flan while regrouting the kitchen backsplash.

    Martha's Fall

  • "I only wore jeans today because no one else is here and I need to do some regrouting in one of the showers."

    Breakfast In Bed

  • Deanna Kory, a Corcoran broker, advised the seller of an eight-room apartment in the West 80s to spend a few hundred dollars on regrouting.

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  • If your tub and shower are looking dingy, consider regrouting the tile and replacing any chipped tiles.

    ThirdAge

  • I will say the quality is Not nearly as high as dremel. hmmm - I've been thinking about regrouting the bathroom - was going to hire someone cause

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  • I too have been pondering regrouting the tiles in our bathroom floor.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • I too have been pondering regrouting the tiles in our bathroom floor.

    Apartment Therapy Main

  • At a work session, representatives from the school's construction management team told the board the estimate for regrouting the pool is about $20,500, and bids would need to go out soon so work could begin after the diving season ends in late March.

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  • It may merely need recaulking or regrouting, but it could also require ripping out tile and replacing the shower pan, a much more costly process

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