from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To mount again.
- transitive v. To supply with a fresh horse.
- n. A fresh horse.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The opportunity of, or things necessary for, remounting; specifically, a fresh horse, with his equipments; as, to give one a remount.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To mount again.
- n. The opportunity of, or things necessary for, remounting; specifically, a fresh horse, with his equipments.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To mount again or anew, in any sense.
- To mount again; reascend; specifically, to mount a horse again.
- To go back, as in order of time or of reasoning.
- n. The opportunity or means of remounting; specifically, a fresh horse with its furniture; also, a supply of fresh horses for cavalry.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. mount again
- n. a fresh horse especially (formerly) to replace one killed or injured in battle
- v. mount again, as after disassembling something
- v. provide with fresh horses
He had come into our lines, having one of those "remount" leaves from his command.
By a "remount" I mean those who were granted leave of absence by the
I then disconnect from the computer, and let the phone "remount" the memory card.
: -) I wonder why the 'remount' option didn't work ....
Often a rider will hit the pavement in a pile-up only to remount his carbon bike and continue on his way after only a cursory assessment of his bike.
Sheppard, however, was able to nurse his bike to the pit and grab a spare in time to remount the chase.
Invariably, one or the other prince wound up being pitched off his horse headfirst, only to pop back up, dust himself off, and remount.
Awang managed to remount his bike after the high-speed crash in Saturday's Keirin final and stagger across the line to claim a bronze medal.
BTW, if you do remount that scope, don't go "farmer tight" on the rings. 20 to 25 inch lbs is plenty tight, and too tight can affect the scopes performance.
I would try another scope known to be good to go, remount tightly, borescope, get it on paper at 50 yards and check your groups. if you can't get them to damn near cloverleaf at 50, ask someone else to try it.