- idiomatic, colloquial "What did you say?" or "Repeat what you have said." A polite formula used when one has not heard or understood what has been said.
“Tr—" he tried to say again as he slumped to the floor.”
“I say again that we work our minds in the same unknowing ways we drive our cars and our bodies, as the players of those futuris - tic games control and guide what happens in their great machines: by using symbols, spells and images -- as well as secret, private names.”
“If, however, in this thirst for glory, not for notoriety, he conceived the wish to surpass Alexander and Caesar, he never desired the renown of Erostratus, and I will say again what I have said before, that if he committed actions to be condemned, it was because he considered them as steps which helped him to place himself on the summit of immortality on which he wished to place his name.”
“Jeanie," said Kirsteen anxiously, "you will say again that I do not understand.”
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