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Definition of "refitted" [refitted]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of refit. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "refitted" in a sentence
  • "This prediction, which had already served for Antiochus and the Romans, was again refitted for the present occasion, by the economy of Sophronius, one of the deepest theologians of the"
  • "I refitted a kayak so I could open up the cockpit, put on a seatbelt with ripcord, paddle out, and enjoy myself. l recognized that the wheelchair could be left behind, from time to time, and I could be free to just go for it."
  • "Where the SPEEDWELL lay while being "refitted" has not been ascertained, though presumably at Delfshaven, whence she sailed, though possibly at one of the neighboring larger ports, where her new masts and cordage could be "set up" to best advantage."