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refasten

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Definition of refasten in English:

verb

[with object]
Fasten again: Norman stooped to refasten the padlock
More example sentences
  • Gripping the book between her teeth, she undid her bra and, wincing, refastened it on the tightest hook.
  • I returned my thank you and scurried off, feeling bad, pausing only briefly at the door to refasten my Barbour against the wind.
  • William took the necklace from around the book, and, kneeling down in front of her, refastened it around her neck.

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