A reading or an act of reading, especially an actor's part of a play. (noun)
To think, believe; to consider (that). (verb)
Examples of word Read
Larry later read& line-edited all the novels; we heard read aloud every chap. 1 at semester's end.
JLenard..read his username phonectically and then read his comment...
Folks…I just read this on DailyKos..read it if you want to feel better and a tad more hopeful about the press and holding GW to account.
As a middle school teacher actively *trying* to get kids out there to read science fiction and fantasy heck, getting kids to *read*, period!
He was indeed a prodigious Scholar; he had learn'd the_ Alcoran, _and was well initiated into Human Learning before he was Ten years old; then he studied Logick and Arithmetick, and read over Euclid without any help, only his Master show'd him how to demonstrate the first five or six Propositions; Then he read_ Ptolemy's Almagest,
In short, I hope the reader who is now looking at this preface will carefully read every word in the following pages; and not only _read_, but _remember_, the lessons there taught, and thereby become wiser and better.
If you wanted to educate a child, would you teach him to read one play of Shakespeare, or would you teach him to _read_?
I was also forbidden to read the only one of Ouida's books which I wished to read "Under Two Flags."
Now, at this very moment a child's voice from the neighbouring house began repeating in a kind of chant: "_Take and read, take and read_."
For the text which refers to the man 'who has read the Veda' enjoins works on him who has merely _read_ the texts, and _reading_ there means nothing more than the apprehension of the aggregate of syllables called