Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of reknit.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The reknitting is a little looser than before, but it is to a point that I think blocking will help it.

    Knitting the Blues

  • Pain from the bones of my hands breaking and reknitting with each blow gave me something to keep me company while I worked and waited.

    Crossed

  • Pain from the bones of my hands breaking and reknitting with each blow gave me something to keep me company while I worked and waited.

    Crossed

  • Shards of glass pushed out of my feet as I stood on knees reknitting with audible pops and snaps.

    Crossed

  • Shards of glass pushed out of my feet as I stood on knees reknitting with audible pops and snaps.

    Crossed

  • I think I will find sympathy here if I say that my solution was to retrofit simple 3x3 cables along the front by picking which 8 stitches I wanted to use outlining in purls, of course, throwing a rescue line, and bravely dropping those 8 stitches down all 20+ rows of finished knitting, and reknitting them cabled, in place.

    Making Light: Open thread 135

  • Reversing smoothly, the virus reknitting the fabric of the window.

    Wonder Woman and the Lasso of Truth

  • For her, personal service extended beyond benevolence by requiring socially comfortable Jewish women to study Jewish history and ethics, so they might understand their responsibility for reknitting a fragmented ethnic community.

    Club Movement in the United States.

  • In Sarajevo, especially, you can see the country's ethnic groups reknitting old ties -- not necessarily warmly, but with a heartening mutual acceptance.

    Bosnia Reborn

  • If I can't correct something on the needles, I'm perfectly capable of ripping or tinking back for rows and rows and rows ... and then reknitting.

    May 2005

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