rehash

[ verb ree-hash; noun ree-hash ]SEE DEFINITION OF rehash

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A rehash of them can be found in the Sixth Book of the Magnalia.

It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses a half-hour.

It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses half an hour.

The later works of Kabbalists are a rehash of the older works.

It is, of course, but a rehash of speculations which amuses a half hour.

He then gives us a rehash of Paley's design argument to prove the existence of a God, which he considers conclusive.

I am not going to take your time to rehash any controversies referred to in the eloquence from the State of Washington.

Articles and essays, which are merely a rehash of other publications, it has not been deemed necessary to mention.

The tendency of old communities is to rehash the traditions until they become authority.

Chairman Reid called Gray's statement a rehash of Army accomplishments "with no indication of significant change or step forward."

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