Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of rephrase.
  • noun Something differently phrased.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun changing a particular word or phrase

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Examples

  • The documents also show the government is seeking to draw down 5.8 billion euros of aid following the fifth review of its bailout program, representing what it calls a "rephrasing of disbursements."

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • The documents also show the government is seeking to draw down 5.8 billion euros of aid following the fifth review of its bailout program, representing what it calls a "rephrasing of disbursements."

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Your subsequent posting was not a "rephrasing"; it was a retraction because your earlier posts on this topic (in this and other threads) were simply wrong.

    Sound Politics: Welcome to Congress, Have a Nice Majority

  • I was trying to give Brand the benefit of the doubt... but watching it back, you're totally right, 'rephrasing' is much more accurate!

    Secret Policeman's Ball

  • bruce hayden: Your reflexive "rephrasing" isn't a whole lot better than the content of your original comment; only more obscurant.

    "I'm going back to my cottage to rape my wife."

  • Unlike the SAT's, where they tell you to go with your first answer, in life it is often the second and third answer, the rephrasing, the revision carried out time and gain, that gives you the gem.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: I Used to Write Books...

  • Unlike the SAT's, where they tell you to go with your first answer, in life it is often the second and third answer, the rephrasing, the revision carried out time and gain, that gives you the gem.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: I Used to Write Books...

  • Unlike the SAT's, where they tell you to go with your first answer, in life it is often the second and third answer, the rephrasing, the revision carried out time and gain, that gives you the gem.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: I Used to Write Books...

  • Unlike the SAT's, where they tell you to go with your first answer, in life it is often the second and third answer, the rephrasing, the revision carried out time and gain, that gives you the gem.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: I Used to Write Books...

  • Unlike the SAT's, where they tell you to go with your first answer, in life it is often the second and third answer, the rephrasing, the revision carried out time and gain, that gives you the gem.

    Rabbi David Wolpe: I Used to Write Books...

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