re-stated[ ree-steyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-stated
Synonyms for re-stated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-STATED
Amos Entwistle, rising from his seat, re-stated the case of the two men.
The facts discovered before the trial were presented in the evidence and need not be re-stated.
These views he had never abandoned, and in a lecture on Disestablishment delivered in Edinburgh in 1872 he re-stated them.
The proof of this position has already been furnished in chap, ii., 211 and needs not be re-stated here.
It re-stated in short and direct sentences the ancient duties of the king and enumerated the privileges of his vassals.
But such slight generalizations as I have chanced upon by the way may as well be re-stated here, before I finish.
But Harriet's arguments, re-stated now by Rodney with full conviction, were too much for her.
But it needs to be re-stated for each generation, and so stated as to suit each environment.
The case, as re-stated by the Commission, is masterly in its discussion of the responsibilities laid upon it by the law.
It re-stated the truth of the soul which informs the body, and the body which expresses it.