re-examined[ ree-ig-zam-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-examined
Synonyms for re-examined
- do up
- fiddle with
- give facelift
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-EXAMINED
He re-examined the contents of the box; the papers were all there.
I was examined and re-examined; examined again, and cross-examined.
The men were examined, and re-examined by the doctor, for all would not be allowed to leave.
He took up the glass again, re-examined it, and replaced it on the table.
And, finally, he may be re-examined on behalf of his own side.
The father still gazed at the direction, and re-examined the seals.
They should then be re-examined with the hand so as to determine the apparent dryness.
At Newcastle-on-Tyne all children exposed at any time to infection are kept under observation and re-examined.
Each brave in turn had re-examined the forked stakes and had expressed his wonder.
Beaumarchais, on his return to Paris, duly gave his consent, but only on condition that the play should be re-examined.