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revet

verb re·vet \ri-ˈvet\
re·vet·tedre·vet·ting

Definition of REVET

transitive verb
:  to face (as an embankment) with a revetment

Origin of REVET

French revêtir, literally, to clothe, put on, from Old French revestir, from Latin revestire, from re- + vestire to clothe — more at vest
First Known Use: 1812

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