re-state[ ree-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-state
Synonyms for re-state
- express in other words
- express in own words
Antonyms for re-state
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-STATE
Let me re-state the form of scepticism with which I have to deal.
So he begged his enfeebled antagonist to re-state it, which she incautiously did.
It may be well to re-state these conditions, but with focal reference to this point—the one vital point of our whole theme.
Let us re-state the principle of causality as a universal and necessary law of thought.
But there is another ground which I deem conclusive, and which I will re-state.
I will not trouble to re-state his recapitulation of the events of the morning of the farewell breakfast.
It is the function of dualistic philosophies to re-state the question in a new and more significant way.
Let us attempt then to re-state the idea that the ultimate power in the tragic world is a moral order.
And they will presently be forced, I suspect, to re-state a certain number of their present beliefs.
I wish it were in my power to re-state it all as clearly as you have heard it this evening, but I confess it is not.