Definition of "rebinding" [rebinding]

  • Present participle of rebind. (verb)
  • The act or process by which something is rebound. (noun)

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Use "rebinding" in a sentence
  • "Walters Art Museum/Owner of The Archimedes Palimpsest This 13th-century prayer book was made by scraping the original text off the parchment paper, removing the binding, rotating the pages 90 degrees and rebinding the pages in book form."
  • "He had Mayer look into the idea, and she quickly found that rebinding would be too costly."
  • "Also tends to suggest that the book has faults that make it not worth rebinding, else it might be described as a “Binding Copy”."
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