reiteration of his ridiculed remarks appears to be a matter of principle of this GOP hopeful.
Fleda took her hand, and her clasp of it was a reiteration of a promise already given.
Take my word for it, the secret of success with "the collective wisdom" is reiteration.
"Sure I won't," she answered with responsive gaiety, but reiteration of intention.
To a keen amateur seaman this reiteration is never wearisome.
She spoke with impassioned energy, as if fortifying her refusal by the reiteration of it.
The one from his brother was merely a reiteration of what he had said before.
The shouts sounded like English, there was a reiteration of "Wake!"
What connection is there between all this and the reiteration of the law of the Sabbath?
For the most part the author has given a record of his own observations, and not a reiteration of what others have said.
early 15c., from Middle French reiteration and directly from Latin reiterationem (nominative reiteratio) "repetition," noun of action from past participle stem of reiterare (see reiterate).