[ verb ree-reed; noun ree-reed ]

Antonyms for re-reads

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While he re-reads his letter, we will venture to look over his shoulder.

Soon returning to his treasure in the library, he reads and re-reads, and in his astonishment and joy returns to read again.

After a time, recovering, he re-reads the letter, and gazes at a picture—a photograph—also found within the envelope.

Picking it up, she re-reads for the twentieth time the puzzling lines, then she throws it down impatiently.

Looking back and around it re-reads in all fact the results of its own power of self-expression.

At the end of the second page, he starts, re-reads a sentence or two, and suddenly his face becomes illuminated.

The professor sits up; literally this time slang is unknown to him; and re-reads it.

Wrote a book which everybody tells the rector they have not read, and then re-reads it when the doors are locked.

Mr. Reiss has a curious and unaccustomed feeling of flatness as he re-reads the letter.