verb (used with object), re·it·er·at·ed, re·it·er·at·ing.
- reiter's syndrome,
Origin of reiterate
Examples from the Web for reiterated
He reiterated the statements “I am not a politician” and “I am not a political advisor” so often that it seemed like a verbal tic.
Rio Tinto also reiterated that holdings in the mine are fully compliant with the current sanctions regime.
Earlier this week, C.Y. Leung reiterated Beijing's stance again: direct elections aren't a possibility.Chinese Tourists Are Taking Hong Kong Protest Selfies|Brendon Hong|October 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Unlike most museums, as Monreal reiterated more than once, this one “did not start from a collection; it started from an idea.”
"The intention all along [was to] make Corzine look bad," Howlett reiterated.Did Christie Go Easy on a Human Trafficker Just to Bust a Small-Time Pol?|Olivia Nuzzi|March 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The host, however, had only reiterated the familiar view of General Hamilton.Ars Recte Vivende|George William Curtis
This idea was reiterated in a letter written to Short more than a year later.Thomas Jefferson|Gilbert Chinard
In the present instance the same ideas are reiterated with emphatic persistence, but little addition or variation.The Expositor's Bible: The Psalms, Vol. 1|A. Maclaren
He also reiterated and amplified the principles of M'Culloch vs. Maryland.John Marshall and the Constitution|Edward S. Corwin
All availed him nothing; she still followed him, and reiterated the piteous cry, ‘Pray remember poor Martha, the gipsy.’
Word Origin for reiterate
early 15c., "repeat again and again," from Late Latin reiteratus, past participle of reiterare "to repeat," from re- "again" (see re-) + iterare "to repeat," from iterum "again" (see iteration). Related: Reiterated; reiterating.