Definition of Reexpresses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of reexpress) ¹



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Definition of Reexpresses

1. reexpress [v] - See also: reexpress

Lexicographical Neighbors of Reexpresses

reexploring
reexport
reexportation
reexportations
reexported
reexporting
reexports
reexpose
reexposed
reexposes
reexposing
reexposure
reexposures
reexpress
reexpressed
reexpresses (current term)
reexpressing
reexpression
reextend
reextended
reextending
reextends
reezed
ref
refabricate
refabricated
refabricates
refabricating
refabrication
refabrications

Literary usage of Reexpresses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"He draws this into himself, forms it anew and reexpresses it for the inspiration of the future. Homer expresses the ideal of the past heroic age as that ..."

2. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1911)
"Augustine had Slimmed up Christian doctrine and feeling for the West; Gregory accepts the work of Augustine, but reexpresses Augustinian feelings and ..."

3. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"as it still is — transformed in the present. He draws this into himself, forms it anew and reexpresses it for the inspiration of the future ..."

4. The Classical Heritage of the Middle Ages by Henry Osborn Taylor (1901)
"... but reexpresses Augustinian feelings and conclusions in conformity to his own character, which is more definitely touched by the spirit and the new ..."

5. New Englander and Yale Review by Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight (1851)
"He reexpresses the language of his texts in formulas of stereotyped phraseology. He develops his subject after the same method, and he concludes the whole ..."

6. The French Influence in English Literature from the Accession of Elizabeth by Alfred Horatio Upham (1908)
"The Religio Medici also reexpresses Montaigne's regret that man is not able to procreate alone, without conjunction. Like the Frenchman, Browne affected to ..."

7. The French Influence in English Literature: From the Accession of Elizabeth by Alfred Horatio Upham (1908)
"The Religio Medici also reexpresses Montaigne's regret that man is not able to procreate alone, without conjunction. Like the Frenchman, Browne affected to ..."

8. The New Englander by William Lathrop Kingsley (1851)
"He reexpresses the language of his texts in formulae of stereotyped phraseology. He develops his subject after the same method, and he concludes the whole ..."

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