- to pass back or again.
Origin of repass
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Examples from the Web for repassage
The stone, when examined, bore those marks of friction which passage and repassage over it will always give.Aaron Trow
From Poulmorland vnto Bodnecke village halfe a mile, where the passage and repassage is commonlie to Fawy.Chronicles (1 of 6): The Description of Britaine
Repassage; is passing over the dead surfaces a second coat of deadening glue, which must be hotter than the first.
Word Origin and History for repassage
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