verb (used with object), re·told [ree-tohld] /riˈtoʊld/, re·tell·ing.
Examples from the Web for retell
Of course, the only reason we retell the story is precisely the data did corroborate Einstein's theory.
The Eichmann trial was as an opportunity to retell the story of the Holocaust to Israelis—and to the world.
Or, perhaps, he had not counted upon the fact that Karine might retell the version he had given her to me.The House by the Lock|C. N. Williamson
Jake disappeared to tell and retell the tale to any one who cared to listen.Elder Conklin|Frank Harris
Platoons and companies got mixed, but it was not difficult to retell off.The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad|Edward John Thompson
It is not the purpose of these pages to retell the well-known story of the war.Marse Henry (Vol. 1)|Henry Watterson
Consider that it has done so, and amend the tale should you ever retell it.When Ghost Meets Ghost|William Frend De Morgan