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recite
used in And Then There Were None

3 uses
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Definition
to say or read something aloud — especially something previously memorized such as a poem

or:

to say in detail — especially a list of things
  • Amongst the names recited was that of William Henry Blore.
    p. 55.1
  • Dr. Armstrong recited: "Ten little Indian boys going out to dine; One went and choked himself and then there were nine.
    p. 107.1
  • She recited in a meaning voice: "Four little Indian boys going out to sea; A red herring swallowed one and then there were three."
    p. 225.2

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