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Definition of "resheathe" []

  • To sheathe again, to return to its sheath. (verb)

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Use "resheathe" in a sentence
  • ""Now come along;" and, holding the lamp in one hand and his sword (which he did not resheathe) in the other, he stepped over the body of the boar-hound, and I followed him."
  • "Then we cover the basics of how to kneel and bow to an opponent, how to unsheathe and resheathe the real weapon without looking and the correct way to hold the sword -- directly pointed at your oponent's Adam's apple."
  • "The samurai would resheathe with some kind of graceful mojo, the sword disappearing with a piston’s certainty into the scabbard, then he’d turn and strut away, leaving behind a collection of statuary."