Examples of retell in a Sentence
The movie retells the story of Romeo and Juliet.
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The story of America had to be retold and reexamined with a kind of moral intensity that Kennedy wasn’t prepared to accept.
Her story—of teaching herself the business, of starting her own company, of leaving her own company, of starting a second company—has been retold, inspiring young entrepreneurs, women, and, of course, her shoppers.
Francesca Cavallo and Elena Favilli, the creators of Rebel Girls, have recently recruited famous feminists from the modern day to retell these fabled stories on a new podcast that shares the name of their books.
But the majority of the warrant documents - dozen and dozens of pages - are devoted to retelling those long-ago crimes.
The second segment featured a man who reluctantly retold a story of a ghost ship.
And that's not all; Maeve isn't the one retelling the story.
And one retold a New Testament story with such astonishing originality that his sermon went viral; would-be preachers dissect his moves like basketball players study tapes of LeBron James.
In 2005, her son, Edwin Black, would retell some of Edyka's story in an article for the Jewish Telegraph Agency announcing his mother's death at age 79.
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RETELL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of retell for English Language Learners
: to tell (a story) again especially in a different way
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