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resole

[ ree-sohl ]

verb (used with object)

, re·soled, re·sol·ing.
  1. to put a new sole on (a shoe, boot, etc.).


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Word History and Origins

Origin of resole1

First recorded in 1850–55; re- + sole 2

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Example Sentences

Through Danner’s recrafting program, the Mountain Pass can be restretched and resoled.

She felt herself that she was too closely observed at Resole.

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