Definition of Resaying

1. Verb. (present participle of resay) ¹



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Definition of Resaying

1. resay [v] - See also: resay

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resaying

resanding
resands
resanitize
resanitized
resanitizing
resat
resave
resaved
resaving
resaw
resawed
resawing
resawn
resaws
resay
resaying (current term)
resays
resazurin
rescale
rescaled
rescales
rescaling
rescalings
rescan
rescanned
rescanning
rescans
rescat
rescatter
rescattered

Literary usage of Resaying

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1. Popular Science Monthly (1904)
"This," says my correspondent, " needs saying and resaying, until it is burned into the minds of all students of economics." The recent progress of economics ..."

2. Principles of Teaching in Secondary Education by Herbert Hamilton Foster (1921)
"Evidently, merely reading what is written upon the board is not explaining, but the explanation should involve rethinking as well as resaying. ..."

3. Principles of Teaching in Secondary Education by Herbert Hamilton Foster (1921)
"Evidently, merely reading what is written upon the board is not explaining, but the explanation should involve rethinking as well as resaying. ..."

4. Principles of Teaching High School Pupils by Means of the High School Subjects by Hubert Wilbur Nutt (1922)
"This frame of mind sometimes develops to the point where the teacher does not want the pupil who has broken bounds to appear in the resaying performance. ..."

5. Echoes of the Aesthetic Society of Jersey City by Aesthetic Society of Jersey City, Celie Gaines, Lizzie R. Burst (1882)
"Said thrice before, it nobly bears resaying ! Who, led by curiosity, comes straying Within its mystic walls, is fond of staying ; And soon you'll find him ..."

6. To-day in Palestine by Harry Westbrook Dunning (1907)
"The teachings of its prophets seem to be largely a resaying of well known and universally acknowledged truths and precepts, such as " God is Love," " Love ..."

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