Recapitulated [verb]

Definition of Recapitulated:

go over something again

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Sentence/Example of Recapitulated:

The judge again rose, and recapitulated the evidence to the jury.

She recapitulated all her disadvantages, dwelling on each and making the most of it.

The substance of all he related may be recapitulated in a few words.

It recapitulated the grievances of the colony with energy and clearness.

The big man had laughed, recapitulated his statements, and urged his point.

They were recapitulated one by one, and all found too precious to be thrown away.

She sought relief in Laura's bosom, to whom she recapitulated the interview.

Warned by these details, I recapitulated the part I meant to play.

As he recapitulated the actual conditions he saw he had only been dreaming of going back there.

He then recapitulated the facts in some detail, but did not add any comment.