- noting wool that previously has been spun, woven, and used.
Origin of reused
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Examples from the Web for reused
Satellites can often cost billions of dollars and cannot reconfigured or reused, unlike the X-37B.The Pentagon’s Secret Space Drone Is Finally Coming Home
October 13, 2014
It cost Paul Allen $25 million to win $10 million, and SpaceShipOne, though reusable, was not reused.Up to a Point: A 'Space Corvette' in Every Garage
P. J. O’Rourke
September 6, 2014
The gear will either get sent home, be given to Afghan forces, reused somewhere else, or destroyed.Downsizing the War: Layoffs and Yard Sales in Afghanistan
August 1, 2014
The gadget goes for $75 and can be reused nearly 40 times before the battery needs to be recharged.New Gadget Detects Date Rape Drugs, But Will Women Use It?
July 22, 2014
So hot, she reused the picture a year later with another guy.If Sexting Is So Wrong, Why Does It Feel So Good?
August 6, 2013
The sending of troops could not have reused their fighting spirit.Out To Win
These are ideal for tying the buds in place and may be reused several seasons.
The condenser, like all condensers, was a device to convert steam into water, so that it could be reused in the boiler.All Day September
In another fragments of valuable metal sent in from the battle-field are melted and reused.Italy at War and the Allies in the West
E. Alexander Powell