re-read

[ verb ree-reed; noun ree-reed ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-read

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This was not so, though, as all the critics had read and re-read the piece.

With that the girl ran to her room and there re-read the letter she had received.

Sometimes these re-read letters did Richling good; not always.

In the evening, at his fireside, he drew it out again and re-read it.

He re-read the score, set it going on the organ, then picked up the tam-tam.

He sat for a moment after he had read and re-read this passage.

Crochard read it and re-read it, a strange light in his eyes.

It was then she opened the letter, and re-read it carefully.

But Mr. Bryant, thoroughly aroused, read and re-read the lines aloud.

He read the letter from beginning to end, and then re-read it.