verb (used with or without object)
IS YOUR DESERT PLANT KNOWLEDGE SUCCULENT OR DRIED UP?
Origin of repass
OTHER WORDS FROM repassre·pas·sage [ree-pas-ij], /riˈpæs ɪdʒ/, noun
Words nearby repass
Example sentences from the Web for repass
The river, which runs up to Alexandria, is in full view of my window, and I see the vessels as they pass and repass.Abigail Adams and Her Times|Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
You shall here pass and repass a hundred Designs, that shall confound one another.The Works of Aphra Behn, Volume VI|Aphra Behn
Eligible single gentlemen pass and repass—but there is no invitation for them to enquire within or without.Bardell v. Pickwick|Percy Fitzgerald
In all pleasant weather the outer "fly" is open, and men pass and repass, a chattering throng.
As we repass the portals of Ren's fortress, the jailer sits sound asleep and his prisoners might escape without difficulty.Winged Wheels in France|Michael Myers Shoemaker