Definition of Rerepeat

1. repeat [v -ED, -ING, -S] - See also: repeat



Lexicographical Neighbors of Rerepeat

reremice
reremind
rereminded
rereminding
rereminds
reremouse
reremouses
rerender
rerendered
rerendering
rerenders
rerent
rerented
rerenting
rerents
rerepeat (current term)
rerepeated
rerepeating
rerepeats
rereport
rereported
rereporting
rereports
reres
rerestitution
rereview
rereviewed
rereviewing
rereviews
rerevise

Literary usage of Rerepeat

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

1. The American Year Book by Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart (1917)
"At this passage a burst of spontaneous applause arose from the convention and the orator had to repeat and rerepeat the passage. Senator James uttered the ..."

2. Attention and Interest: A Study in Psychology and Education by Felix Arnold (1910)
"Thus, one may repeat and rerepeat a word which is not understood, or may seek further light by drawing out the parts of a problem, and so on. ..."

3. The R.I. Schoolmaster by Rhode Island, Commissioner of Public Schools (1874)
"... and we would repeat and rerepeat that the body cannot be healthy without a healthy and active mind. We cannot do better than again to reprint a portion ..."

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