verb (used with object), re·cit·ed, re·cit·ing.
verb (used without object), re·cit·ed, re·cit·ing.
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Gorman will be reciting a new poem written for the moment, though we know it will “recognize an educator, a nurse, and a veteran for helping their communities during the coronavirus pandemic.”Amanda Gorman will bring poetry—and politics—to the Super Bowl|Kristen Bellstrom|January 28, 2021|Fortune
He recites whole conversations with the surgeons who worked over 100 days to remove his right leg below the knee and half of his left foot, due to a horrific combination of trench foot and frostbite.How One Man Survived a Plane Crash and 5 Days in the Snowy Canadian Wilderness—and Went On to Help Shape the Modern Ski Industry|Cassidy Randall|December 27, 2020|Time
At first sight action, like that of Messia or the Arab reciter, might seem to make for freedom in narration.
At this point, unfortunately, the reciter's memory failed: hence we do not know the details of the rescue.
The spectacle of any real reciter, however self-possessed and decent, at his work, suffuses me with shame.Adventures and Enthusiasms|E. V. Lucas
So far as the reciter was concerned, they were absolutely insincere clap-trap.America To-day, Observations and Reflections|William Archer
He was full of anecdote; and the humorous stories of the stage found in him a most amusing reciter.