American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To change the wording of.
- v. To state or express again in different words.
- v. To state or express again in the same words; repeat.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To put into words again; repeat.
- To reëcho.
- To word anew; put into different words: as, to reword a statement.
GNU Webster's 1913
- v. obsolete To repeat in the same words; to reëcho.
- v. To alter the wording of; to restate in other words.
- v. express the same message in different words
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“Illegals are costing us allot of money and you should reword them!!!”
“Please post this story on your site! buyers should be made aware of such scandalous policy's, feel free to edit and reword.”
“You might want to reword the question so people won't unnecessarily exclude Congress and the President from their considerations.”
“As I put this book together, I felt drawn to revise slightly almost every poem, to relineate and reword.”
“Wouldn't the appropriate response to disagreeing with the lesson plan have been to contact the White House and ask them to reword that one sentence?”
“Maybe I've just been lucky with the editors I've had, but I've never been asked to remove, reword, or tone down anything to make it more palatable.”
“Ward, the MP for Bradford East, appeared to be completely unaware of his government's new stance on interns when the Guardian contacted him, and said he would just reword the advertisement to seek out a volunteer instead.”
“I'm married to an attorney and have learned to stop and reword my questions in order to get the answer I'm seeking.”
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