American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To visit again.
- n. A second or repeated visit.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To visit again; go back for a visit to; return to.
- To revise; review.
- n. A visit to a former place of sojourn; also, a repeated or second visit.
- v. to visit again
- v. to reconsider or re-experience something
- n. an act of revisiting
- n. a second visit
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. To visit again.
- v. obsolete To revise.
- v. visit again
“Michael A. Burstein revisit the ides of supporting short fiction.”
“The trailer for the upcoming season looks fantastic, including some of the traditional villains, as well as a revisit from the Blink statues and a group of beautiful vampires in negligees.”
“The only things I hope we don't revisit from the 1970's are disco, polyester leisure suits and the Chrylser Cordoba ( "with fine rich Corinthian leather").”
“And I-- I use the word revisit; in fact, it was in -- in many instances, it was visiting it for the first time.”
“It’s definitely a film that requires repeated viewings to (almost) fully understand, but it’s so rich that each revisit is equally rewarding.”
“When you've been writing for 8 years you're gradually refining your style, so even when you "revisit" a story your writing will be better, your point of view a little different.”
“We just wanted to kind of revisit that idea by bringing the literary component back with this release.”
“Al Badrah and will "revisit" its other planned projects, including Palm Jebel Ali and Palm Deira, the spokesperson said.”
“For me writing reviews is fun if I really enjoyed the book in cause - since in many if not most cases I write the review quite a while after I read the book, it is an opportunity to "revisit" it and I always have Goodreads raw impressions for a start.”
“The authors, Dr. David Blumenthal and James Marone, not only "revisit" the story of how Lyndon Johnson turned Medicare proposals into law; I am afraid that they also revise history: Blumenthal and Marone argue that LBJ fast-tracked Medicare through Congress and that Obama should follow his model: "Speed is of the essence.”
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