- a reading: a perusal of the current books.
- the act of perusing; survey; scrutiny: A more careful perusal yields this conclusion.
Origin of perusal
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Examples from the Web for reperusal
My admiration of Aeschylus has been prodigiously increased by this reperusal.Life and Letters of Lord Macaulay
George Otto Trevelyan
Again, at a reperusal, he informed her: "I must habituate myself."The Short Works of George Meredith
Now, on reperusal, I am almost convinced that you wrote me under some misapprehension.The Bartlett Mystery
A glance at the balance recorded, a reperusal of the “idea,” and the impressive silence was broken into a thousand fragments.A Bookful of Girls
The subject will be most easily comprehended after a reperusal of the argument of Chap.The Philosophy of Natural Theology
Word Origin and History for reperusal
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper