Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of remark.

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Examples

  • Mr Nagel is correct in remarking that Mr Fletcher is insufferable.

    Berlinski stirring the pot

  • He proceeded from that point to what is a seeming paradox, but which was obviously a conciliatory gesture, in remarking that France was willing to commence negotiations with the Italian Government on the basis of the Laval-Mussolini Agreement of January, 1935.

    The European Checkerboard

  • Newman had a quick, prompt manner in addressing people, which arose somewhat from pride, I suspect, lest they should look down upon him; and seeing a stranger, he at once spoke to him in German, remarking on the beauty of the scenery.

    Old Jack

  • I also believe it was you who originally termed Paul’s interlocutors political opponents in remarking how better prepared he should have been.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » So a Libertarian and a Liberal Walk into a Bar

  • I recall remarking on this at the time that it was evidence to the axiom one shouldn't let their wives dress them.

    Fact checking the VP debate.

  • His best friend, Mike, recalls remarking to Green once that he wanted to punch another kid standing nearby.

    An Itchy Trigger Finger

  • As he entered the room I recall remarking that he was possessed of the supremest confidence of any man I had ever met.

    Project Gutenberg Complete Works of Winston Churchill

  • As he entered the room I recall remarking that he was possessed of the supremest confidence of any man I had ever met.

    Richard Carvel — Complete

  • As he entered the room I recall remarking that he was possessed of the supremest confidence of any man I had ever met.

    Richard Carvel — Volume 05

  • I distinctly recall remarking to the Captain that I had never, in any of my numerous seafarings, seen the sea of a more limpid blue.

    Winsome Winnie and other New Nonsense Novels

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