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  • verb Present participle of rehydrate.

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Examples

  • Children should be given small amounts of "rehydrating" liquids -- electrolyte solutions that contain a balance of salt, sugar and minerals.

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  • Nothing compares to the pain, Nyad said, wearing loose bandages and rehydrating with water and juice on her boat.

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  • Using the notes in my journal I spent the entire day resting, rehydrating and debriefing John, the Marines, Tara and anyone else who wanted to listen.

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  • He was standing in a wading pool of water rehydrating his leaves, and holding a computer while he ran figures.

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  • As has often been noted, mushrooms are mostly water, but somehow the process of dehydrating and then rehydrating them manages to produce a deep, concentrated mushroom flavor in the water used to soak them.

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  • As has often been noted, mushrooms are mostly water, but somehow the process of dehydrating and then rehydrating them manages to produce a deep, concentrated mushroom flavor in the water used to soak them.

    SARA MOULTON’S EVERYDAY FAMILY DINNERS

  • He was standing in a wading pool of water rehydrating his leaves, and holding a computer while he ran figures.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • Using the notes in my journal I spent the entire day resting, rehydrating and debriefing John, the Marines, Tara and anyone else who wanted to listen.

    Day by Day Armageddon: Beyond Exile

  • He was standing in a wading pool of water rehydrating his leaves, and holding a computer while he ran figures.

    Songs of Love & Death

  • Worse is: while rehydrating a buddy who had kidney failure, for once he got a little jiggy while I was trying to put the needle in.

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