- Give (a gift one has received) to someone else: do you think she’ll regift that horrendous vase? [no object]: the survey showed that 53% of consumers plan to regift this holidayMore example sentences
- That's the ugliest sweater I've ever seen. You should give it to charity or regift it to your mother-in-law.
- It's great that you are re-gifting your children's overflow birthday items to a worthy cause.
- I know I had quite a few duplicates and outfits my children never wore as babies, and this is a great opportunity to re-gift those items.
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- An item that has been regifted: most of my regifts are more meaningful than the usual bouquet of flowersMore example sentences
- I remember one regift I received that I didn't appreciate.
- Some of you may have the perfect re-gift sitting in your driveway or gathering dust in a garage.
- A gift from your cousin can be a re-gift for a co-worker, for instance, but not your sister.
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- If you are a serial regifter - use a notebook to record who gave you what.
- I would say that regifters should not try to hide the fact that they are regifting.
- Receiving a regifted item can feel more insulting when the regifter is part of the family.
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