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reread

verb as in read again

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The thorniest bits are most appropriate for amateur physics aficionados who desire a deeper understanding, and those bits may require a reread before sinking in.

I reread the above two paragraphs and I see that I sound a bit like a textbook, and a quaint one at that, one printed long ago.

The uproar over Ferguson's off-the-cuff quip sent me back to reread it.

I love nothing more than to reread what I wrote the night before.

I reread it often: Oates invokes dread so beautifully it makes me weep.

Breathlessly, I told him that I had reread his Foundation books several times.

I read and reread this letter ten times over; then the thought of the pain it would give to Marguerite calmed me a little.

When she had read and reread it many times, she blushingly kissed it, and hid it in her bosom.

I have some packets of letters preserved to-day that I read and reread.

Also there were certain articles in old numbers of the Atlantic that they read and reread.

Robespierre went off in bitter resentment to the club of his supporters, and reread his speech to them!

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reread, such as: go over, read, reexamine, review, brush up, and study again.

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

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