re-capture[ ree-kap-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-capture
Synonyms for re-capture
- mind's eye
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-CAPTURE
But no order came to advance to re-capture the trenches, so they presumed all was well.
"Fog," he grumbled, and turned over to re-capture the enchantment of the Athabasca rapids, and his dancing canoe.
Bramble and I followed him down into the cabin, and I stated the whole particulars of the capture and re-capture.
I could see no chance of our escape, as nothing but a man-of-war would be likely to interfere and re-capture us.
Great, however, was his relief when he received news that the Government had contented itself with the re-capture of Tokar.
To follow the incidents of the capture and re-capture of Constantinople would take us too far.
Bramble and I followed him down into the cabin; and I stated the whole particulars of the capture and re-capture.
Sometimes a frog, or a fat field mouse, was brought, and then turned loose for the youngsters to re-capture.
At the same time he promised the man he would take all the responsibility in the event of detection or re-capture.
The Governor had already announced the re-capture of the natives who escaped from Mr. Batman's, while he was absent at the war.