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Sentence count:64+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-12Updated:2017-03-12
Synonym: paraphrasisrephraserewordSimilar words: phrasenoun phraseparagraphparaphernaliaparasiteparasitismparaplegicgraphMeaning: ['pærəfreɪz]  n. rewording for the purpose of clarification. v. express the same message in different words. 
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1. Parents, to paraphrase Philip Larkin, can seriously damage your health.
2. She gave us a paraphrase of that film.
3. To paraphrase Finkelstein, mathematics is a language, like English.
4. Paraphrase this article in 250 words or less.
5. She gave us a quick paraphrase of what had been said.
6. A brutal summary and paraphrase of this follows.
7. Can we even identify, for paraphrase purposes, what the underlying meaning is?
8. Consider the death of Amtrak, to paraphrase Mark Twain, to be greatly exaggerated.
9. This paraphrase of Paul's words in Ephesians 4:26 guaranteed they not only resolved conflicts but also gave and received forgiveness.
10. To paraphrase Jefferson, that means every citizen should receive those services and be capable of using them.
11. As a result, my Paraphrase is a ten-minute composition for eight wind players which follows the outline of the opera plot.
12. The discovery that Diodorvs V contained a paraphrase of the same basic text gave an altogether different dimension to Posidonius' work.
13. The most obvious difference between quotation and paraphrase in these examples is the punctuation which separates a quotation from the surrounding material.
14. A paraphrase usually substantially changes the language of the original, because all that matters is that the idea is conveyed.
15. Ask them to paraphrase a short story,( and they may repeat it verbatim without making changes.
16. Paraphrase and summary of the arguments of other texts correspond to indirect speech.
17. After frontal damage, the patient may just paraphrase the proverb.
18. To paraphrase an old saying, the water has to be there for the horse to be able to drink.
19. It's a shame because, to paraphrase Ginola's cringing catchphrase in the L'Oreal ads, she's worth it.
20. Paraphrase the ancient Chinese prose in colloquialism language.
21. Try to paraphrase the question before you answer it.
22. You may read the prose paraphrase of this poem.
23. The teacher amplified the sense by a paraphrase.
24. The paraphrase of the sonnet is easy to understand.
25. Paraphrase the ancient Chinese prose in vernacular language.
26. In fact, the optimally relevant interpretation may be a summary rather than an exact paraphrase.
27. Does the student follow the old adage that to read and paraphrase one book is plagiarism but to use two is research?
28. If it is not a Minister, please will he paraphrase.
29. This structure of absence and intrusion corresponds to de Man's blend of quotation, paraphrase and commentary in Allegories of Reading.
30. All effective readers skip over or guess at some words, paraphrase sections of text, and resume reading.
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