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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of rediscuss.

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Examples

  • Mr. Oakley thinks the most likely outcome could be that the case should be rediscussed at the Superior Court of the State of California.

    Actelion Warns of Hit to Earnings

  • Mr. Oakley thinks the most likely outcome could be that the case should be rediscussed at the Superior Court of the State of California.

    Actelion Warns of Hit to Earnings

  • Pretty much everything seems to have been decided by committee, where everything was discussed and rediscussed between Zack Snyder and the crew.

    Watchmen Video Journal – The Minutemen

  • Apparently this genuinely puzzled the powerful couple, and the point had to be rediscussed several times, but Lee said Hillary was astonished that talking behind someone's back would be considered bad behavior.

    "Several Democratic strategists last week urged Clinton to unleash a 'charisma offensive'..."

  • And then, I think the secretary was surprised to hear that now everything needs to be rediscussed.

    CNN Transcript Dec 20, 2001

  • “As the whole evidence will probably be rediscussed soon at a conference,” he announced loftily to his audience, “I do not propose to say more about a matter that is sub judice.”

    Ancestral Passions

  • “As the whole evidence will probably be rediscussed soon at a conference,” he announced loftily to his audience, “I do not propose to say more about a matter that is sub judice.”

    Ancestral Passions

  • An immense amount of "refugee" was talked there, and the latest news from Paris discussed and rediscussed by the homesick and déscouvré emigrants.

    Calvert of Strathore

  • This remark led to the old debate that was never-ending in the cow country, breaking out afresh in every bunk house and exhaustively rediscussed.

    The Settling of the Sage

  • It was planned seriously, long thought of, discussed and rediscussed, with and among the various members of the family to which the voyager belonged.

    The Shuttle

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