restrike

[ verb ree-strahyk; noun ree-strahyk ]
/ verb riˈstraɪk; noun ˈriˌstraɪk /

verb (used with or without object), re·struck, re·struck or re·strick·en, re·strik·ing.

to strike again.

noun

a coin freshly minted from dies of an earlier issue.
a new print made from an old lithographic stone, metal engraving, woodcut, or the like.

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Origin of restrike

First recorded in 1885–90; re- + strike
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Example sentences from the Web for restruck

  • Believe, I believe you restruck my cold wet and the dun hit it back choose it set.

    Geography and Plays|Gertrude Stein