reperuse

reperuse

(ˌriːpəˈruːz)
vb (tr)
to peruse again or afresh
References in classic literature ?
Casaubon made no reply, taking up a letter which lay beside him as if to reperuse it.
I hardly know how a greater service of that kind could now be done to the community, than by a renewed and wide diffusion of that admirable paper, and an earnest invitation to every man in the country to reperuse and consider it.
Scanning the surfaces and depths of time past, the 'considerate and laborious work' of writing returns Wordsworth to manuscripts past, to reperuse the surfaces and gaps of their texts.
And Daniel Webster, speaking at the centennial of Washington's birth in 1832, said it was "full of truths important at all times" and called on "every man in the country to reperuse [it] and consider."