verb (used with object), re·read [ree-red] /riˈrɛd/, re·read·ing [ree-ree-ding] /riˈri dɪŋ/.
Examples from the Web for reread
I reread the above two paragraphs and I see that I sound a bit like a textbook, and a quaint one at that, one printed long ago.
The uproar over Ferguson's off-the-cuff quip sent me back to reread it.
I love nothing more than to reread what I wrote the night before.
I reread it often: Oates invokes dread so beautifully it makes me weep.
Breathlessly, I told him that I had reread his Foundation books several times.
Mr. Aston looked at the note again and reread the signature, then he gave it back, satisfied.Christopher Hibbault, Roadmaker|Marguerite Bryant
Shandon reflected for a few minutes; he reread the letter attentively.The Voyages and Adventures of Captain Hatteras|Jules Verne
He took them, read them, reread, returned them and then said: "Search him."Original Short Stories, Volume 8 (of 13)|Guy de Maupassant
I shall not even try to thank you any more now; and I shall not dare to reread your letter for at least a month.The Life and Letters of Lafcadio Hearn, Volume 2|Elizabeth Bisland
You may imagine how I have waited and watched, and read and reread the precious note.Sons and Fathers|Harry Stillwell Edwards