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noun as in narration

noun as in recording

noun as in reporting

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Five fit men, including Talbot, a Naval Academy graduate, were picked from among many volunteers, Read recounted.

Historically, recounts matter when races are within just a few hundred votes in a single state, as in the 2000 election.

The original Times report recounts Citriglia allegedly shutting student Alexandra Fox out of classes and training after she rejected his sexual advances.

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In the Times reporting, 11 women recounted experiences of sexual misconduct by Kruth, who denied any wrongdoing.

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In 2018, Wolf ordered that every voting machine in the state be replaced with more secure systems with paper trails that could be manually audited or recounted, a massive financial burden that counties struggled to bear.

They even released a (pretty damn weak) hip-hop song on SoundCloud recounting their antics.

Marcel the elephant takes readers on a journey through his life, recounting his memories full of travel and adventure.

Recounting the men (boys) she has fallen in love with, Dunham ends with Antonoff.

Pardo said in 2006, recounting the moment he heard the news all those years ago.

Strong, young, crisply uniformed, he or she would shake, sigh, stare blankly, or cry, recounting variations of this statement.

They were all very happy and merry, for Stanley was recounting with graphic power some of the incidents of his recent voyage.

This canto and the next, recounting the fierce combat between Ourrias and Vincèn, are really splendid narrative poetry.

If I had time enough (it would take very long) I would amuse you greatly by recounting my academical visits to you.

Around this Amphitryon recounting the story of his evil days the faces of his hearers expressed curiosity.

Recounting a scene of gratitude for bounty shown by him to the prisoners in Apia gaol.


On this page you'll find 152 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to recounting, such as: anecdote, narrative, tale, voice-over, account, and explanation.

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