recounted

[ verb ree-kount; noun ree-kount, ree-kount ]SEE DEFINITION OF recounted
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She ordered the pedlar to be called, who recounted his story as he had done before.

As mentally she recounted her benefits, the strength there was in her arose, protesting.

It has been related in various ways; but I have recounted it only as I have just told it to you.

Many of these are recounted in a later portion of this memoir.

It is in such circles as these that incidents of this kind are recounted.

With the exception of his encounter with the Mayor, Phil recounted all that had happened.

He hardly took his eyes off the former as he recounted his adventures abroad.

This cheered him up, and he recounted a mad freak off Cape Horn by night.

"Yet she was glad, for that she was chosen to bring peace into the world," recounted Eldris.

In the meantime the thief rejoined his troop in the forest, and recounted to them his success.

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