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re-experiencing

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a recurrence of a prior experience

Etymologies

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Examples

  • In ordinary life, we recall sequences of events by re-experiencing in a mindful, minor-key way the emotions connecting them.

    Daniel Goldin: Addiction's Secret Ingredient 'X'

  • Watching the story of Facebook come to life was like re-experiencing an important part of my life but with a dramatically different lens.

    Iqbal Brainch: The Movies Are Not All Right

  • He said the number of his clients who are traders has jumped in the past year, with the traders describing "spontaneously re-experiencing the flood of anxiety and fear initially triggered by the crash."

    Flashbacks Afflict Some Traders

  • It involves the beloved community, representing and re-experiencing the shards of trauma within a new environment, and having them re-encoded into our experience in a different way.

    Joseph Bobrow: Spirituality and the Road Home

  • I first read this story in The Year's Best Science Fiction #24 edited by Gardner Dozois, and on re-experiencing the story in audio format, I think it serves as a great example on the subjectivity of the quality of fiction.

    AUDIO REVIEW: Aliens Rule edited by Allan Kaster

  • Dan is arguing against another blogger, Rebecca Wells Jopling at OnFiction who suggests that ‘Perhaps strong feelings of rejection toward a story and the resulting strategies for distancing oneself arise because readers somehow know that continuing to read may leave them walking around holding beliefs that they do not want to hold, having thoughts that they do not want to have, and re-experiencing images that they do not want to re-experience.’

    Reading Dangerously « Tales from the Reading Room

  • Imagine re-experiencing generation after generation of humiliation and misery; of looking at this tragedy and saying, You see that?

    Walter Mosley Talks About 47

  • I'm writing this from my kitchen counter in South Dakota re-experiencing endless frustrations and an incredible feeling of satisfaction.

    Stacey McMahan: A Year in Haiti: Wrapping it Up

  • You make out for 2.5 songs before you start re-experiencing all the vodka you drank earlier.

    Dramarama and Acid Wash Jeans

  • Perhaps strong feelings of rejection toward a story and the resulting strategies for distancing oneself arise because readers somehow know that continuing to read may leave them walking around holding beliefs that they do not want to hold, having thoughts that they do not want to have, and re-experiencing images that they do not want to re-experience.

    Self-Protection

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