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Synonyms for paraphrase

Synonyms for paraphrase

a restating of something in other, especially simpler, words

to express the meaning of in other, especially simpler, words

Synonyms for paraphrase

rewording for the purpose of clarification

express the same message in different words

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Nobody believed them, because little Rogue Riderhood--I am tempted into the paraphrase by remembering the charming wolf who would have rendered society a great service if he had devoured Mr Riderhood's father and mother in their infancy--had previously played fast and loose with the said charges, and, in fact, abandoned them.
Poor Peggotty lifted up her hands and eyes, and only answered, in a sort of paraphrase of the grace I usually repeated after dinner,'Lord forgive you, Mrs.
We were always upon the alert; for here, to paraphrase, eternal vigilance is indeed the price of life.
Plenty of its other writing remains in the shape of religious prose--sermons, lives and legends of saints, biblical paraphrases, and similar work in which the monastic and priestly spirit took delight, but which is generally dull with the dulness of medieval commonplace didacticism and fantastic symbolism.
The style in which it was written was that curious jewelled style, vivid and obscure at once, full of argot and of archaisms, of technical expressions and of elaborate paraphrases, that characterizes the work of some of the finest artists of the French school of Symbolistes.
Instructively, some Mass-goers prefer this alternative 'prepackaged' approach, because it assures them of a more insightful and inspirational approach, rather than just a tepid and tendentious paraphrase.
This type of reformulation involves semantic, formal, explicative and/or definitional paraphrase (Ibrahim 2007, Martinot 2014), depending on whether the lexis and/or the construction is modified.
They cover author, context, and religion; the Dionysiaca; the Paraphrase of St.
I cut up the slips so I could pass them out and have students work in groups of two to three to paraphrase the lyrics.
2m [euro] ParaPhrase project brought together academic and industrial experts from across Europe to improve the programmability and performance of modern parallel computing technologies.
It is often helpful to go back to Aristotle's Physics which, in spite of being more succinct, is frequently clearer than the Themistian paraphrase.
For Erasmus the paraphrase served as an expansion and clarification of what Paul had written, an effort to make the good news more accessible by elaborating on Paul's thoughts and to make it more attractive by recasting it in a smoother and more embellished Latin style.
We present in this article a novel approach to the task of paraphrase identification.
Therefore, I predicted that training would provide the encouragement needed to paraphrase the lengthier passage more accurately--or commit fewer errors--than the control.
This is not an easy skill and if you try to paraphrase single sentences or small paragraphs you will inevitably end up copying (usually muttering the words 'I couldn't write it any other way').