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rewin

[ree-win]
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verb (used with object), re·won, re·win·ning.
  1. to win back or again.

Origin of rewin

First recorded in 1600–10; re- + win1
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Examples from the Web for rewon

Historical Examples

  • He felt that the unqualified success of his unexpected attack upon the mob had rewon for him much of his mastery of the harbor.

    The Harbor Master

    Theodore Goodridge Roberts

  • Little by little the German line was pushed back, little by little the soil of France was rewon.

    The Wonder of War on Land

    Francis Rolt-Wheeler