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Repetition, 1) the act of speaking again; used of the echo: “the neighbour caves make verbal r. of her moans,” Ven. 831. “make her airy tongue more hoarse than mine with r. of my Romeo's name,” Rom. II, 2, 164.
2) utterance, recital, mention: “if it should be told, the r. cannot make it less,” Lucr. 1285. “to cry aim to these ill-tuned --s,” John II, 197. “what makest thou in my sight? But r. of what thou hast marred,” R3 I, 3, 165. “he hath faults, with surplus, to tire in r.” Cor. I, 1, 47. “a name whose r. will be dogged with curses,” V, 3, 144. “the r., in a woman's ear, would murder as it fell,” Mcb. II, 3, 90. “give them r. to the life,” Per. V, 1, 247.
3) a calling to mind, remembrance: “we are reconciled, and the first view shall kill all r.” All's V, 3, 22.
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