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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of reseal.

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Examples

  • "If we had perfect conditions and the road was resealed, which is what we're waiting for, then I think I could go 85 [mph or 136.8 km / h].

    Tyee - Home

  • Whenever a piece of mail had the slightest crease the mother held it to the light, convinced it had been opened, read, resealed by an entire team of government gnomes hunched over an expansive dark wood conference table.

    Still Life, With Girl

  • The front door slammed and resealed itself with blue-white light.

    Surrender the Dark

  • He led them into the rear of the RV and resealed the wards, then led her back to his room.

    Crimson Wind

  • He resealed the tape on the top of the box and stacked others on top.

    Rogue Oracle

  • Following his instructions, we resealed the barrels and tilted them on their sides, Parker climbing on one and I on the other.

    Odd Girl In

  • He does say that the envelope's flap has been taped shut, but it's unclear if the letter was at one time opened purposely and resealed, or if the adhesive simply dried out and someone then taped it shut.

    Letter arrives in California 66 years after it left Alabama

  • According to the report, he "used a razor blade to open the plastic wrapping around the test booklets" before the tests were given, then "copied the tests for each grade, and resealed the wrapping using a lighter to melt the plastic."

    When Teachers Cheat—And Then Blame the Tests

  • In January 2008, tens of thousands of Palestinians broke down the border fence at Rafah and crossed into Egypt to buy goods kept out by the Israeli siege, but Egypt eventually resealed the border.

    Egypt Policy Toward Gaza, Hamas Vexes Israel

  • During November, he emptied and cleaned the aljibe (cistern), resealed it, installed a filter system where the city water enters the property, and bought us a spare filter.

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