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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of regather.


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  • When this happens she looks down and regathers the threads and spends a moment in wish and regret.

    Pictures of an Inhibition 2010

  • They sweep the back lane, finding and slaying perhaps another six or seven men, before Lorn regathers the scattered squad, and rides back to the main street or road that parallels the stream, where he reins up.

    Scion of Cyador Modesitt, L. E. 2000

  • As his thoughts race northward, he regathers the storms and calls on all of the high winds, the great black-steel tides of the skies.

    The Towers of the Sunset Modesitt, L. E. 1992

  • Taking a deep breath, he regathers the winds, waiting only until the last Hamorian ship clears the rocks of the breakwater.

    The Towers of the Sunset Modesitt, L. E. 1992

  • Her mind was like a surf-wave that breaks upon the shore, slips back, regathers itself, and undulates on, to break again.

    Bressant Julian Hawthorne 1890

  • When the spectrum is spread on the screen by the use of a prism, and a second prism is placed inverted beyond the first, it regathers the dispersed rays back into their original beam, making a white spot on the floor.

    A Color Notation A measured color system, based on the three qualities Hue, Value and Chroma 1888

  • The squad regathers on Sunday to prepare for the final warm-up match, against Ireland in Dublin on Aug 27, before departing for New Zealand two days later. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph 2011

  • Ben Youngs regathers the ball during England's win over Australia in Sydney on Saturday.

    Sport news, comment and results | 2010


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