Definition of Revisal

1. Noun. The act of rewriting something.

Exact synonyms: Rescript, Revise, Revision
Generic synonyms: Revising, Rewriting
Derivative terms: Revise, Revise, Revise



Definition of Revisal

1. n. The act of revising, or reviewing and reëxamining for correction and improvement; revision; as, the revisal of a manuscript; the revisal of a proof sheet; the revisal of a treaty.

Definition of Revisal

1. Noun. The act of revising; a revision ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Revisal

1. a revision [n -S] - See also: revision

Medical Definition of Revisal

1. The act of revising, or reviewing and reexamining for correction and improvement; revision; as, the revisal of a manuscript; the revisal of a proof sheet; the revisal of a treaty. Origin: From Revise. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revisal

revinced
revincing
revindicate
revindicated
revindicates
revindicating
revindication
revindications
reviolate
reviolated
reviolates
reviolating
revirescence
revisability
revisable
revisal (current term)
revisals
revise
revised
reviser
revisers
revises
revising
revisingly
revision
revisional
revisionary
revisionism
revisionisms
revisionist

Literary usage of Revisal

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1. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1894)
"I know of no objections to the printing the revisal; on the contrary I think good will result from it. Should this be decided I must make a short trip to ..."

2. The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of by Charles James Fox (1815)
"The House divided upon the Amendment: Yeas 87: Noes 242 LORD JOHN CAVENDISH'S MOTION FOR THE revisal OF AI.I THE LAWS BY WHICH THE AMERICANS THINK ..."

3. The Reformation by George Park Fisher (1906)
"Under Cranmer's superintendence a revisal of the ecclesiastical statutes, including those for the punishment of heresy, was undertaken; but the work was not ..."

4. The History of the United States of America by Richard Hildreth (1880)
"The next matter of moment was a revisal of the laws, consolidating the whole into a single statute—a judicious process several times repeated in Virginia. ..."

5. The Writings of James Madison: Comprising His Public Papers and His Private by James Madison, Gaillard Hunt (1901)
"... of the revisal. The Criminal bill has been assailed on all sides. Mr Mercer has proclaimed unceasing hostility against it. Some alterations have been ..."

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