- to sell (something) one has previously bought; sell on
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Examples from the Web for resell
He wrote four articles a day and rewrote every one of them to resell to another newspaper for another 20 pesos.Mexican Journalists Speak Out on Reporter Murders
June 17, 2014
With a bit of lipstick, you can sell and resell the same pig over and over.Secret Campaign for Chairman of the Federal Reserve
September 12, 2013
Nationwide, entrepreneurs scout estate sales looking for abandoned supplies to resell online.Web Black Market in Diabetic Supplies Costs Government $200m
March 11, 2012
A&E's Storage Wars goes through foreclosed storage units to find items to resell.The Sleaziest Reality Show Yet?
December 2, 2010
They bought the stock merely in order to resell it at a higher figure.Railroads: Rates and Regulations
William Z. Ripley
I am sure he knows he could resell it at an advance to Jacques Sennier.
Do you mean to say you are not asking me if we will resell the libretto?
The sales of salt were mostly retail, but some bought to resell.Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed.
S. A. Reilly
I built myself a house and bought cattle to resell, and whatever I touched grew just like a honeycomb.The Satyricon, Complete