Retoss

Re`toss´


v. t.1.To toss back or again.
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"I said to the referee: 'Ref, you're going to have to retoss the coin.' And he went: 'You're right, Mr.
But Williams denied any wrongdoing and said: "If I don't get a good toss, I retoss it.
In "The Odyssey," Homer refers to a game invented by a Spartan princess: "O'er the green mead the sporting virgins play, their shining veils unbound along the skies, tossed and retossed, the ball incessant flies."
To be senselessly tossed and retossed in stale mutilation From crater to crater.