Regrow
Regrow \Re*grow"\ (r?*gr?"), v. i. & t. To grow again. [1913 Webster]

The snail had power to regrow them all [horns, tongue, etc.] --A. B. Buckley. [1913 Webster]


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  • regrow — [spelling only] …   English World dictionary

  • regrow — verb To grow again a part that has been lost, shed or destroyed. Humans can not regrow lost limbs but some amphibians can …   Wiktionary

  • regrow — verb (regrew; regrown; growing) Date: 1872 transitive verb to grow (as a missing part) anew intransitive verb to continue growth after interruption or injury …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • regrow — v., regrew, regrown, regrowing. * * * …   Universalium

  • regrow — re·grow ( )rē grō vi, re·grew grü; re·grown grōn; re·grow·ing to continue growth after interruption or injury …   Medical dictionary

  • regrow — v. grow again, develop again …   English contemporary dictionary

  • regrow — grower …   Anagrams dictionary

  • regrow — verb (past regrew; past participle regrown) grow or cause to grow again. Derivatives regrowth noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • regrow — re·grow …   English syllables

  • regrow — re•grow′ v. grew, grown, grow•ing …   From formal English to slang

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