Definition for reiterate

verb as in say or do again

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Atkins reiterated her charge that Rendon intentionally ran out the clock on her bill to allow duplexes on single-family lots.

However, Mnuchin reiterated his wish for Congress to “move along with standalone legislation,” singling out the PPP, although it’s unclear if a separate PPP bill would be passed outside of an overall stimulus package.

From Fortune

While reiterating that we don’t know if this is an actual change or not yet, it still points to a shift that’s likely to come sooner or later.

The two sides reiterated their commitment to the deal this week, but doubts remain because China is far behind on its purchases through the first half of 2020, according to the Peterson Institute for International Economics’ trade deal tracker.

From Fortune

On Monday, it cited employee privacy, and Dunleavy’s statement on Tuesday reiterated that.

“I cannot reiterate enough that there is so much abuse that goes on in this place,” he asserted.

This, it should be said, gets to a broader point that is important to reiterate whenever elections are on the horizon.

Again, I must reiterate that the entertainment value of the video is not the point.

The first is to reiterate its support for the 1967 lines with swaps as a basis for talks.

There are two primary heroes of this—as I must reiterate, entirely factual—story, both of them straight out of central casting.

Taking his stand at the end of the desk, he made MacRae reiterate in detail the grim happenings of that night.

In closing, let us reiterate: The objections to Sanatogen are primarily the objection to any fraud.

It is not from any conviction of meriting thy interposing mercy, that I have ventured to solicit it, and to reiterate my plea.

Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, reiterate their love for the Union.

It was not necessary for Mr. Locket to reiterate to his young friend his phrase about their making a sensation.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reiterate, such as: echo, renew, repeat, restate, ditto, and double-check.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.