Reboil

Re¬∑boil' (rē*boil') transitive verb & i. [ Prefix re- + boil : confer French rebouillir .] 1. To boil, or to cause to boil, again. 2. Fig.: To make or to become hot. [ Obsolete] « Some of his companions thereat reboyleth Sir T.
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Reboil

• (v. t. & i.) Fig.: To make or to become hot. • (v. t. & i.) To boil, or to cause to boil, again.
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reboil

(from the article `industrial glass`) Two problems that may arise toward the working end of the glassmaking process are known as devitrification and reboil. Devitrification, or loss of ...
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