Definitions

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  • verb To let a property again
  • noun A property that has been let again

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Since the firm's bankruptcy, about one-half of that space has been relet to other tenants, according to a person familiar with the matter.

    CME Nears Deal to Sell Chicago Board of Trade Site

  • At least for larger companies, etc., denying benefits that look to have been reasonable too much will often result in that company being dropped next year when contracts are renewed or relet.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Serious Health Care Reform Proposal:

  • In addition, there would be the trifle realised by the sale of furniture, though most of this might have to go in payment of rent unless the house could be relet immediately.

    New Grub Street

  • Another, after being rented at a high price, was relet, by the lessee, who became entirely absolved from the contract, and took $16,000 for his bargain.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • The great landholders and their agents maintain that to quote Griffiths against a landlord who has spent money in improvements since that valuation was made, and let his farms so low that other people can relet them at a profit, is a manifest absurdity.

    Disturbed Ireland Being the Letters Written During the Winter of 1880-81.

  • It has been let and relet -- tied up in settlements -- and, until the termination of the lease, there may have been three or four intermediate landlords between the occupant and the proprietor.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 55, No. 343, May 1844

  • In six weeks the Rectory had been vacated and relet to an old lady from the north of England who wanted to die in Devonshire, and the Considines had moved to the Manor, under the benignant eyes of

    The Tragic Bride

  • Not a razor less, not a razor, ridiculous pudding, red and relet put in, rest in a slender go in selecting, rest in, rest in in white widening.

    Food

  • Not a razor less, not a razor, ridiculous pudding, red and relet put in, rest in a slender go in selecting, rest in, rest in in white widening.

    Tender Buttons Objects—Food—Rooms

  • The land was let only for a certain number of years, but afterward was usually relet either to the same or to another tenant.

    An Introduction to the Industrial and Social History of England

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