verb (used with object), re·read [ree-red] /riˈrɛd/, re·read·ing [ree-ree-ding] /riˈri dɪŋ/.
Origin of reread
Examples from the Web for re-read
I have read and re-read Molly Keane more, I think, than any other writer.Maggie O’Farrell’s Book Bag: 5 Favorite Irish Writers|Maggie O’Farrell|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I re-read it several times, the last when I was in college, and then lost the falling-apart copy.
I was a little apprehensive to re-read it as an adult, but like all of Wolfe's early journalism, it totally holds up.
Thinking about Mondale, I re-read his nomination acceptance speech.
I love the writing so much, have already read it and re-read it so many times that now I just touch the pages.
Every line of the Constitution should be read and re-read in the light of the historical circumstances set forth in this chapter.History of the United States|Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
She stopped short and re-read the letter, turned it about and then laid it down.The Ghost Girl|H. De Vere Stacpoole
He had had a letter two days before, and he took it out of his pocket and re-read it.A Singer from the Sea|Amelia Edith Huddleston Barr
It would be well to re-read this remarkable circular, and to weigh every word of it.Two Chancellors|Julian Klaczko
He affected to re-read it, while Burchill narrowly watched him.The Herapath Property|J. S. Fletcher