Definition of Reexplained

1. reexplain [v] - See also: reexplain



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reexplained

reexhibit
reexhibited
reexhibiting
reexhibits
reexhumation
reexhumations
reexpel
reexpelled
reexpelling
reexpels
reexperience
reexperienced
reexperiences
reexperiencing
reexplain
reexplained (current term)
reexplaining
reexplains
reexplanation
reexplanations
reexplore
reexplored
reexplores
reexploring
reexport
reexportation
reexportations
reexported
reexporting
reexports

Literary usage of Reexplained

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1. Literature Circles: Voice and Choice in Book Clubs and Reading Groups by Harvey Daniels (2002)
"Rosenblatt clung to, elucidated, and reexplained this simple, powerful idea for more than fifty years, until it finally began winning widening acceptance in ..."

2. The Order of Nature: An Essay by Lawrence Joseph Henderson (1917)
"He then turned to the teleological concepts and reexplained them to a generation of investigators who had not themselves taken the trouble to analyze ..."

3. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... New Yorker, 6 Apr. 1957 a word whose sources have been explained and reexplained over the centuries —Baron 1986 I can see its lights through my window, ..."

4. The Order of Nature: An Essay by Lawrence Joseph Henderson (1917)
"He then turned to the teleological concepts and reexplained them to a generation of investigators who had not themselves taken the trouble to analyze ..."

5. Biennial Report by Kansas State Horticultural Society, British Soviet Friendship Society (1887)
"The manner of this being the effect has been explained and reexplained to this Society so often that it is useless to consume your time at present with a ..."

6. The Ways of the Gods by Algernon Sidney Crapsey (1921)
"The fundamentals of the kingdom had been explained and reexplained, but no superstructure had risen on this foundation. The people would not respond to the ..."

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