Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


This re-presentation is also the beginning of the reconstruction.

This means simply that the various properties of the "re-presentation" or "intuition" called a stone are "effects on the senses."

Like memory, imagination is a process of re-presentation, though differing from it in certain important regards.

His verse is no literary Beau-Brummelism, but a re-presentation of that which is presented in his consciousness.

In the next place, the construction of this new plan of action does involve "re-presentation."

This involves the re-presentation in consciousness of the activities, out of which the restlessness has arisen.

There is a perfect satisfaction in producing, which does not demand a re-presentation to the critical faculty.