Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Reiterating.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective rare Reiterating.

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  • adjective Reiterating; repeating.

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Examples

  • And when Tim Hagan, with straight left for the hundredth time to bleeding nose and mangled mouth, and with ever reiterant right hook to stomach, had him dazed and reeling, the breath whistling and sobbing through his lacerated lips — ­was no time for succor from palaces and bank accounts.

    CHAPTER IV

  • He fetched up for a moment at a drawing easel, his reiterant cry checked on his lips, and threw a laugh of recognition and appreciation at the sketch, just outlined, of an awkward, big-boned, knobby, weanling colt caught in the act of madly whinneying for its mother.

    CHAPTER IX

  • And as she continued to look, that self-query became reiterant.

    CHAPTER XXVII

  • Many shots were being fired, and through the uproar I heard the reiterant, monotonous explosions from the Colt's .44

    CHAPTER XLII

  • Again, reiterant and increasingly imperative, summons from the house slashed across her mood.

    Missy

  • There was the reiterant magic of greening spring; and the long, leisurely days of delicious summer; the companionship of a quaint and infinitely interesting baby brother, and of her own cat -- majesty incarnate on four black legs; and then, just lately, this exciting new "best friend," Tess O'Neill.

    Missy

  • Because it couldn't quite escape, it hurt; she envied the locusts who were letting their sadness escape in that reiterant, tranquil song.

    Missy

  • And when Tim Hagan, with straight left for the hundredth time to bleeding nose and mangled mouth, and with ever reiterant right hook to stomach, had him dazed and reeling, the breath whistling and sobbing through his lacerated lips — ­was no time for succor from palaces and bank accounts.

    The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London

  • He fetched up for a moment at a drawing easel, his reiterant cry checked on his lips, and threw a laugh of recognition and appreciation at the sketch, just outlined, of an awkward, big-boned, knobby, weanling colt caught in the act of madly whinneying for its mother.

    The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London

  • And as she continued to look, that self-query became reiterant.

    The Little Lady of the Big House, by Jack London

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