Recoct Re*coct" (r[-e]*k[o^]kt"), v. t. [L. recoctus, p. p. of recoquere to cook or boil over again. See {Re-}, and 4th {Cook}.] To boil or cook again; hence, to make over; to vamp up; to reconstruct. [Obs.] --Jer. Taylor. [1913 Webster]

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  • recoct —   v.t. cook again; concoct; improvise …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • recoct — transitive verb ( ed/ ing/ s) Etymology: Latin recoctus, past participle of recoquere to cook again, from re + coquere to cook more at cook obsolete : to cook or boil a second time …   Useful english dictionary

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