Definition of Reexplain
1. Verb. (alternative spelling of re-explain) ¹
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Definition of Reexplain
1. explain [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: explain
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Literary usage of Reexplain
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1. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by Charles Anderson Dana (1873)
"In his correspondence, which appears to have gradually increased and extended itself, Mr. Adonis loved to recall and to reexplain his theoretical ideas of ..."
2. Florentine History: From the Earliest Authentic Records to the Accession of by Henry Edward Napier (1847)
"A new Balia was appointed by Florence in June and ambassadors despatched to Milan and Venice to reexplain her conduct and justify the war; the latter was ..."
3. America's Lab Report: Investigations in High School Science by Susan R. Singer, Margaret L. Hilton, Heidi A. Schweingruber (2006)
"They are ready to explain a host of new phenomena, and to reexplain phenomena they are already familiar with, using a new understanding of atoms and ..."
4. Handbook of Natural Philosophy by Dionysius Lardner (1865)
"Experiment of radiated and reexplain various phenomena - it. 586. Materials fitted for vessels to - flected heat with pair of parabolic reflectors - 374 587 ..."
5. Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Instruction by American Institute of Instruction, Meeting (1851)
"The teacher is, and will be obliged to drill, explain and reexplain the elements of knowledge, however high and wide the flight of the math- ..."
6. Supervising Child Protective Services Caseworkers by Thomas D. Morton, Marsha K. Salus (1994)
"Supervisors know resistance is an issue when they: • feel increased tension, • reexplain something for the third time, ..."
7. Foundations of Sociology by Edward Alsworth Ross (1905)
"After a human activity has been explained in terms of motive, why reexplain it in terms of energy? If a principle such as men go where they can most easily ..."
8. Foundations of Sociology by Edward Alsworth Ross (1905)
"... explained in terms of motive, why reexplain it in terms of energy? If a principle such as men go where they can most easily satisfy their wants accounts ..."