from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To argue again or repeatedly.
- transitive v. To debate again or present additional arguments for (a case or issue, for example), especially in a court of law: filed a motion to reargue the case.
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- v. To argue again.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To argue anew or again.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To argue over again.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. argue again
The market has delivered more value to poor Americans and raised standards of living around the world more than any system I know, and I just wish we would stop having to reargue the value of the American marketplace.
But with the case drawing enormous public attention, the court agreed to reargue it and Justice Jackson rose from his deathbed to hear it.
Supreme Court said Monday it will reargue an important campaign finance reform case dealing with a scathing documentary about former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
In June 2009, the Supreme Court decided to postpone its decision in Citizens United, asked the litigants to brief additional issues, and ordered the lawyers to reargue the case in September 2009.
Unlike the president's refusal to reargue the war, his failure to acknowledge the suffering of Iraqi civilians -- more than an estimated 100,000 of whom died as a result -- is an inexcusable omission.
Conservatives want to reargue the war from 2007 onward, but treating the Iraq war as though it began with the surge is a bit like running over someone on the street, backing up over the body a few times, and then demanding a special merit badge for finally deciding to call 911.
"The Appellate Division - confronted with a materially identical blight record," the landowners 'motion to reargue said, "rejected a strikingly similar condemnation determination."
The board is now recessed, planning to come back in a little while and look at those 16 ballots the Coleman camp wants to reargue.
My lawyer then moved to reargue the case in front of her, he requested that the entire panel hear the case, and that too was denied by Judge Sotomayor and her colleague.
It does seem futile at this point in this huge thread to reargue the question.