Definition of Redictated
1. redictate [v] - See also: redictate
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Literary usage of Redictated
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life by John Donne (1839)
"... or not, and that they were reinspired and redictated again by the Holy Ghost to Esdras, or whether Esdras did but recollect them, and recompile them, ..."
2. Love and Loyalty by Jenkin Lloyd Jones (1907)
"... too weak to lift a book or hold a pen, but so anxious to do it well that he redictated some of the chapters five times and kept at it and at it, ..."
3. Our First Year in the Great War by Francis Vinton Greene (1918)
"... and while his writings in the Moniteur Officiel, somewhat embellished later when he redictated them to Las Cases at St. Helena, tell us nothing about ..."