Definition of Restudy

1. Verb. To study again. ¹



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Definition of Restudy

1. study [v -STUDIED, -STUDYING, -STUDIES] - See also: study

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Restudy

restructural
restructuration
restructure
restructured
restructured cell
restructurer
restructurers
restructures
restructuring
restructurings
restrung
rests
restuck
restudied
restudies
restudy (current term)
restudying
restuff
restuffed
restuffing
restuffs
restump
restumped
restumping
restumps
resty
restyle
restyled
restyles
restyling

Literary usage of Restudy

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1. Specific Diagnosis and Specific Medication by John William Fyfe, John Milton Scudder (1909)
"A restudy of this medicine will repay the physician. But be sure you get a good article. "Give me a good preparation, and what can be done with it ? ..."

2. South Florida Ecosystem Restoration: Joint Hearing Before the Committee on edited by Craig Thomas (1999)
"Principal among these are the restudy developed by an interagency group led by the Corps, the conceptual plan developed by the Governors Commission for a ..."

3. Transactions (1901)
"Let us have a restudy and rearrangement and that will necessitate a reproving to satisfy the supervising specialists. Given (1) this knowledge of the dual ..."

4. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"The rate was higher in patients undergoing early restudy for a clinical event than in those undergoing routinely scheduled follow-up restudy (71 vs 22%, ..."

5. Is America Worth Saving?: Addresses on National Problems and Party Policies by Nicholas Murray Butler (1920)
"You have been summoned by the citizens of Massachusetts to restudy not the superstructure, not the ornamentation, not the minor details, but to restudy the ..."

6. Is America Worth Saving?: Addresses on National Problems and Party Policies by Nicholas Murray Butler (1920)
"You have been summoned by the citizens of Massachusetts to restudy not the superstructure, not the ornamentation, not the minor details, but to restudy the ..."

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