Redub

Re*dub"

(r*db"), v. t. [F. radouber to refit or repair.] 1. To refit; to repair, or make reparation for; hence, to repay or requite. [Obs.]
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It shall be good that you redub that negligence.
Wyatt.
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God shall give power to redub it with some like requital to the French.
Grafton.
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2. To dub again.
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