Restate [verb]

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Sentence/Example of Restate:

Each century must restate its truths in terms of its own time.

Restate the ideal of liberty in terms of duty, not of privilege.

It may sometimes be necessary to restate the Decision for another reason.

To restate the point in regard to the psychological function of imagery.

We need to recover our self-consciousness, to restate what we mean by America.

He thought it necessary to restate it with modifying amendments.

In effect what Mill did was to restate them and fit them into a system.

It is bootless to this writing to restate whence came this mishap.

At such a time as this it is necessary for us to reconsider and to restate our demands.

I make haste, therefore, to restate the main thesis of this book.