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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

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

    Rogue Oracle

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

    Crimson Wind

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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

    Surrender the Dark

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