redip


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redip

(riːˈdɪp)
vb (tr)
to dip again
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If not, simply redip in the boiling water for a few seconds more.
Reduce the wax temperature to 160[degrees]-180[degrees] and redip. The cooler the wax at this point, the thicker it will be.
But mirror words also find their way into his everyday speech, as when he urges Sybil Shade to "redip, spider" into a volume of Proust (162); they seem not only to reflect the peculiar properties of his native tongue but also the peculiar turns of his unconscious, the "inversions" in his psyche--suggesting, not surprisingly, that the "tongue of the mirror" may have a psychological rather than a geographical point of origin.