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recheat (plural recheats)
- (archaic) A series of notes blown on a horn as a signal in hunting to call back the hounds when they have lost track of the game.
- 1598, "… but that I will have a recheat winded in my forehead, or hang my bugle in an invisible baldrick, all women shall pardon me." — William Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing
- 1819, ”Prior, that last flourish on the recheat hath added fifty crowns to thy ransom, for corrupting the true old manly blasts of venerie.” — Walter Scott, Ivanhoe
- (obsolete) To blow the recheat.
- According to the Poly-Olbion project, Drayton's is the last recorded use as a verb.