References in classic literature ?
don't repeat that horrid noise: nothing could excuse it, unless you were having your throat cut
Stand up and repeat "'TIS THE VOICE OF THE SLUGGARD,"' said the Gryphon.
How the creatures order one about, and make one repeat lessons
Eliot gave them occasionally an apple or a cake; and the adults were requested to repeat to them the instructions that had been given.
No, but I repeat it was one of them who lighted the general and this gentleman to the abbey, and Digby assures us that the general had strong suspicions concerning those people.
if you wish to repeat the report, why not say so, in plain words?
but I told him I disliked such conduct, and he promised me not to repeat it.
As to poetry, you know,' said Humpty Dumpty, stretching out one of his great hands, 'I can repeat poetry as well as other folk, if it comes to that--'
I was compelled to repeat my question loudly before he answered:
Joe could only repeat his former eloquence--but it was very much to the purpose.
Sir, I tell them no more than I am about to repeat.
It was evening; I had thrown the body into the river and those words which my remorse repeats to me are those which I in my pride pronounced.