• WordNet 3.6
    • v reiterate to say, state, or perform again "She kept reiterating her request"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • a Reiterate Reiterated; repeated.
    • v. t Reiterate To repeat again and again; to say or do repeatedly; sometimes, to repeat. "That with reiterated crimes he might
      Heap on himself damnation."
      "You never spoke what did become you less
      Than this; which to reiterate were sin."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • reiterate To repeat again and again; do or say (especially say) repeatedly: as, to reiterate an explanation.
    • reiterate To walk over again; go along repeatedly.
    • reiterate Synonyms See recapitulate.
    • reiterate Reiterated.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.t Reiterate rē-it′e-rāt to iterate or repeat again: to repeat again and again
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  • Dale Carnegie
    “I deal with the obvious. I present, reiterate and glorify the obvious -- because the obvious is what people need to be told.”
  • Elizabeth Barrett Browning
    “Men get opinions as boys learn to spell by reiteration chiefly.”


Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
Pref. re-, + iterate,: cf. F. réitérer, LL. reiterare, to question again


In literature:

All over the East, as the later ships also brought in reiterated news, the mad craze of '49 even then was spreading.
"The Covered Wagon" by Emerson Hough
House laughs at reiterated claim.
"Punch, Or The London Charivari, Vol. 101, August 1, 1891" by Various
Jinny Jeffries knew that he was in the palace, and Jinny had been reiteratedly warned about the danger of betraying that knowledge.
"The Fortieth Door" by Mary Hastings Bradley
His convictions of a revealed religion were reiterated.
"Library Of The World's Best Literature, Ancient And Modern, Vol. 5" by Various
Donald flushed a little as he reiterated his statement with an emphatic nod.
"Kindred of the Dust" by Peter B. Kyne
It is the same warning which George Meredith reiterated with increasing earnestness in his late poems.
"Cambridge Essays on Education" by Various
The reason for this emphatic reiteration is not difficult to ascertain.
"Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V)" by Alexander Maclaren
Jacques reiterated his request.
"The Forty-Five Guardsmen" by Alexandre Dumas
The night passed without disturbance, and the next day's parting was accompanied by reiterated requests for a repetition of the visit.
"Lippincott's Magazine Of Popular Literature And Science, No. 23, February, 1873, Vol. XI. No. 23." by Various
The witness reiterates his statements and abides by them.
"The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Volume VIII (of 55), 1591-1593" by Emma Helen Blair

In poetry:

You who can not wear yourselves out
By persisting to successes,
You who can only speak,
Who can not steel yourselves into reiteration;
"The Rest" by Ezra Pound
Again the same strange might of eyes, that saw
In heaven and earth nought fairer, overcame
My sight with rapture of reiterate awe,
Again the same.
"Three Faces" by Algernon Charles Swinburne
I hear from yonder Temple in the distance
Whose roof with obscene carven Gods is piled,
Reiterated with a sad insistence
Sobs of, perhaps, some immolated child.
"The Garden" by Laurence Hope
(With gloomy reiteration):
"Who can deliver us? Who can deliver us?
Are none to pit such desperate elves?
Here or in other State? Oh, the poor Mother State!"....
"Aw, turn it up, an' deliver yerselves."
"A Dirge of the Morning After" by C J Dennis

In news:

Reiter was reported missing on September 11th and her body was found in Coleman County this past Monday.
New Reiter Foothills trail opens to riders.
Public School Supporters Reiterate Familiar Message.
Symantec confirmed that its pcAnywhere source code has been published to The Pirate Bay and possibly other channels, although it reiterated that recent patches should protect customers.
First lady reiterates president's stance in wake of Reagan death.
Sometimes it would be embarrassing and other times old wounds would be opened and I'd reiterate my side of an event.
FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell has reiterated his call for the return of the minority tax certificate program.
The Obama White House, in turn, reiterated its objection to the court's decision.
FDA reiterates silicone breast implant safety – but urges women to follow-up for optimal health.
Andrew Cuomo reiterated his opposition to the now-defunct Empire Zone program, and pledged to have his representative on the Empire Zone Board vote against companies bounced from the program in 2009 who are trying to sue their way back in.
In a message to supporters and journalists Thursday, Toft 's campaign reiterated the candidate's intention to wait for more election results.
DALLAS – Jerry Jones reiterated after Monday's season-killing 41-35 loss to the Giants that he won't make a coaching change during this epic failure of a campaign.
In Mitt Romney's appearance on NBC's Meet the Press on September 9, he reiterated his promise of an across-the-board income tax cut for all Americans including those like himself in the top 1 percent.
He again reiterated his desire to have Republican conference committee reports all sent to him prior to the beginning of budget negotiations.
Congressional candidate reiterates support for tuition-waiver reform.

In science:

Reiter and Mellish, 1993] Ehud Reiter and Chris Mellish.
A Flexible Shallow Approach to Text Generation
Reiter et al., 1995] Ehud Reiter, Chris Mellish, and John Levine.
A Flexible Shallow Approach to Text Generation
Finally, it is worth reiterating that the brightest stars are unaffected by these considerations.
WFPC2 Stellar Photometry with HSTphot
Finally, let us reiterate that the main result of the paper is a novel variant of the NLσM given by Eqs. (13)– (15).
Nonlinear $\sigma$ model for disordered superconductors
Finally, we reiterate that paramagnetic Mott insulators with non-collinear spin correlations are described by a Z2 gauge theory which has not been presented here.
Field theories of paramagnetic Mott insulators