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  • verb transitive To fit with another fuse.


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re- +‎ fuse. The hyphen is to avoid confusion with refuse.


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  • Even taking the shortcut -- looking the combinations up on Gamefaqs -- takes time in that you might have to pay to re-fuse Personas you've lost in the making of new ones.

    Archive 2008-04-01 SVGL 2008

  • Like Irigaray, my open and broad inquiry emerged from a coincidence of particular practices and theoretical interests where the fissures cut into consciousness by culture re-fuse division to

    Enlightenment East and West: An Introduction to Romanticism and Buddhism 2007

  • To prevent that from happening, we are going to go back out and take it again and re-fuse the bomb and take a different fuse and make it go off underground.

    CNN Transcript Oct 23, 2001 2001

  • Disruption could increase if drivers belonging to the RMT union, which is not involved in the dispute, re-fuse to cross picket lines.

    Evening Standard - Home Dick Murray 2011

  • "But when they come back, you want them to de-fuse with their group and re-fuse with their family," Swann says-an adjustment that is difficult for many people.

    Sentient Developments 2010

  • And that shee should loue this Fellow, and re-fuse

    Cymbeline (1623 First Folio Edition) 1623

  • We were a huddled mass that morning; not quite "wretched re-fuse," but after hours spent on frozen ground we looked more like refugees than the elite of American academia. 2009

  • What if we could re-fuse the the cells immediately after fission? 2008

  • I’m wondering if glass artists who use recycled findings, ever crush their glass into much smaller pieces and then melt it in a similar way to re-use/re-fuse or is that possible?

    Recycled Glass Art 2008

  • Let me say, chevalier, that when 1 came into your proposed compromise (which, after so grievous a fault coniniitted, as the flying from my native country, and indulgent parents, I could the less re-fuse) I promised myself happiness in a situation, in which, 1 woit’see, it is not to he found.

    Sir Charles Grandison 2006


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