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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of redound.

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Examples

  • The notion of being chastened doesn't even cross their mind -- they got the health care reform they wanted, it's not going anywhere unless the GOP does something that historically redounds to the Democrats 'benefit (shutting down the government), 2011 is going to be about a big foreign policy matter in Afghanistan, and the White House doesn't really much need the Congress' approval in that arena.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • The notion of being chastened doesn't even cross their mind -- they got the health care reform they wanted, it's not going anywhere unless the GOP does something that historically redounds to the Democrats 'benefit (shutting down the government), 2011 is going to be about a big foreign policy matter in Afghanistan, and the White House doesn't really much need the Congress' approval in that arena.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • If the current budget battle redounds to the Republican's favor, that could weaken Mr. Obama's odds in the state next year, and even his chances for re-election.

    Political Fight Over Unions Escalates

  • The notion of being chastened doesn't even cross their mind -- they got the health care reform they wanted, it's not going anywhere unless the GOP does something that historically redounds to the Democrats 'benefit (shutting down the government), 2011 is going to be about a big foreign policy matter in Afghanistan, and the White House doesn't really much need the Congress' approval in that arena.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • The notion of being chastened doesn't even cross their mind -- they got the health care reform they wanted, it's not going anywhere unless the GOP does something that historically redounds to the Democrats 'benefit (shutting down the government), 2011 is going to be about a big foreign policy matter in Afghanistan, and the White House doesn't really much need the Congress' approval in that arena.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • So the question is, will African-American voters give this administration credit for doing the work that redounds to their benefit, even if they don't talk about how it redounds to their benefit?

    Study: Black Vote Crucial For Dems In Mid-Term Elections

  • Their success redounds to Jonathan Crowther's credit.

    Azed: a giant among crosswords

  • I carry no brief for Mr. Trump, but his sudden success makes a point: Another kind of charisma redounds to those willing to challenge political correctness—those unwilling to be in thrall to the president's cultural charisma.

    Obama's Unspoken Re-Election Edge

  • So the question is, will African-American voters give this administration credit for doing the work that redounds to their benefit, even if they don't talk about how it redounds to their benefit?

    Study: Black Vote Crucial For Dems In Mid-Term Elections

  • The notion of being chastened doesn't even cross their mind -- they got the health care reform they wanted, it's not going anywhere unless the GOP does something that historically redounds to the Democrats 'benefit (shutting down the government), 2011 is going to be about a big foreign policy matter in Afghanistan, and the White House doesn't really much need the Congress' approval in that arena.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

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