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re·told

 (rē-tōld′)
v.
Past tense and past participle of retell.
References in classic literature ?
Again and again were the stories of their various adventures retold.
ALTHOUGH there are lines of Beowulf which seem to show that the writer of the poem was a Christian, they must have been added by some one who copied or retold the story long after the Saxons had come to Britain, for the poet who first told the tale must have been a heathen, as all the Saxons were.
Helen, rehearsing her commission, noticed nothing: the Basts were in her brain, and she retold the crisis in a meditative way, which might have made other men curious.
More visitors came, and the story had to be told and retold for a couple of hours more.
The story was told and retold amid cries of delight and shouts of laughter.
As they steamed down the inland sea past the island of Oo-oh, the stories of their adventures were retold, and Bradley learned that Bowen Tyler and his bride had left the Galu country but a fortnight before and that there was every reason to believe that the Toreador might still be lying in the Pacific not far off the subterranean mouth of the river which emitted Caprona's heated waters into the ocean.
Finally there came Jurgis, urged by some one, and the story was retold to him.
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AN AGEING mobster who was acquitted of taking part in a robbery that was retold in the film Goodfellas was yesterday jailed for setting fire to a car.
This task required children to describe the key events in more detail as they retold the story, Jack and the Beanstalk, using the picture clues provided on the mat.
So the story that is retold here is, inevitably, one of doom.