- v. present participle of rediscover.
“* People are once again rediscovering what everybody used to know: the purpose of torture is to extract false confessions, not gather actionable intelligence.”
“How can it be that we call rediscovering, embodying, or otherwise adding back the cut-away parts emasculating?”
“Mike presents The Simple Pleasures of Toast and Strawberry Jam posted at Writers Anonymous, saying, “A lesson in rediscovering some of life’s simpler pleasures, and using that as an opportunity to practice adding sounds, smells, and tastes into your writing.””
“But, from that book, reading that, and the notion of rediscovering Walt Whitman's America, I brought my students to Kerouac's home in Lowell, Massachusetts and we visited the commemorative park they have there at his birthplace and Kerouac's Lowell which is in many ways like Faulkner's Oxford or Edgar Lee Masters 'Illinois or something.”
“For the moment, however, conservatives seem keener on congratulating themselves for "rediscovering" their conservative principles than on working out a plausible future for the country.”
“Now, I am kind of rediscovering them, with the added perspective and wisdom of being a 40 year old parent.”
“I'm going to dip in every now and then; I got into classical music through Beethoven and while I sometimes grow tired of his style I quite enjoy having a long break and then 'rediscovering' him.”
“Instead, the shift should be rooted in a strong desire to take on the job in question -- such as rediscovering a passion or building professional breadth in order to achieve a dearly held goal.”
“According to the article, Hollywood is steering away from horror and "rediscovering" science fiction.”
“Sukhdev prefers to describe it, he's "rediscovering" some long-lost economic principles.”
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