reiterate

Part of speech: verb

To say or do again and again; repeat.

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Usage examples "reiterate":

  1. On December 13, 1919, the presidents and secretaries of the 113 national and international unions affiliated with the American Federation of Labor met at Washington, D. C., with the heads of the four railway brotherhoods and several farmers' organizations, and are to be congratulated for having passed the following resolution, which the late information from Russia overwhelmingly vindicates: " Whereas, the American Federation of Labor is an American institution, believing in American principles and ideas, and " Whereas, an attempt is being made to inject the spirit of Bolshevism and I. W. W. 'ism into the affairs of the American Federation of Labor, and " Whereas, the American Federation of Labor is opposed to Bolshevism, I. W. W. 'ism and the irresponsible leadership which encouraged such a policy, therefore be it " Resolved, that the conference of representatives of trades unions affiliated with the A. F. of L., and other organizations associated in this conference, repudiate and condemn the policy of Bolshevism and I. W. W. 'ism as being destructive of American ideals and impracticable in application; be it further " Resolved, that this conference reiterate the action of the conventions of the American Federation of Labor, and the advocacy of the principles of conciliation and voluntary arbitration and collective bargaining." - "The Red Conspiracy", Joseph J. Mereto.
  2. The fire was heavy and sullen; the wind howled; that old familiar beating of the twigs upon the pane seemed to reiterate to Maggie that this was her last evening. - "The Captives", Hugh Walpole.
  3. They reiterate very bold assertions, which none of our people are in a position to contradict. - "The Fortunes Of Glencore", Charles James Lever.