It was easy to see that the iterated thanks were distasteful to him.
He iterated ancient truths in forms that suited his own era.
The same thing was iterated and reiterated in hundreds of private dinner parties.
He had come to the conclusion that both were useless; but his opinions and wishes were no longer frankly, boldly, iterated.
It must be iterated and reiterated: The new society will not elect to lead a proletarian existence.
Its expression greets him at his birth and is iterated at every important experience throughout his life.
“No, there is nothing left for us but the open boat,” I iterated stoutly.
A distant clang, as of a stricken anvil, iterated from the barren mountain beyond the forest.
Here are some commonplaces that should be iterated in some shape every time an American organ of opinion goes to press.
But in spite of the iterated refusals of the speaker her lovers persisted in graciously rewarding her.