What is another word for restated?

Pronunciation: [ɹɪstˈe͡ɪtɪd] (IPA)

Restated is a word meaning to say or write something again in a different way. There are several synonyms for the word restated, including reiterated, recapped, recapitulated, repeated, rephrased, rehashed, reworded, and restated in other words. These synonyms are often used when a person wants to emphasize a point or clarify their position on a topic. They can be used in a variety of contexts, from academic papers to everyday conversations. Knowing the different synonyms for restated can help individuals communicate more effectively and avoid repetition in their writing and speaking.

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What are the hypernyms for Restated?

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Usage examples for Restated

Our demands regarding the Punjab wrongs have got to be restated because many of them have already been realised.
"Freedom Through Disobedience"
C. R. (Chittaranjan) Das
In connection with different organs and conditions, important principles are stated and restated.
"Resonance in Singing and Speaking"
Thomas Fillebrown
On May 13th the American Government dispatched a strongly worded Note to Berlin, which restated their point of view, as previously given.
"My Three Years in America"
Johann Heinrich Andreas Hermann Albrecht Graf von Bernstorff

Famous quotes with Restated

  • There may be, and there ought to be, progress in the moral sphere. The moral truths which we have inherited from the past need to be expanded and restated.
    Felix Adler
  • Though the subsequent poets like Tulsidas and Kamban have restated the story in their own style, their inspiration has been Valmiki. No poem in the world is superior to the Ramayana of Valmiki, **Aurobindo
  • There is a deep connection between Bernoulli's dictum and John Kelly's 1956 publication. It turns out that Kelly's prescription can be restated as this simple rule:
    William Poundstone

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