Crossword clues for again
- "To reiterate . . ."
- One way you can say that?
- One way you can say that
- Last word of ''Humpty Dumpty''
- Piano teacher's command
- "To reiterate..."
- "Once more!"
- Last word of "The Itsy-Bitsy Spider"
- Last word in a Willie Nelson hit title
- "Won't Get Fooled ___" (The Who)
- "Read it ___, Mommy"
- "Once more"
- "Oh no, not ___!"
- "Not __!"
- "Here we go ___!"
- Word with ''born'' or ''come''
- Word in a Willie Nelson hit title
- Teletubbies' shout
- Piano teacher's demand
- Last word of "Humpty Dumpty"
- For the umpteenth time
- Encore, literally
- Delighted toddler's demand
- Choreographer's command
- "There you go __": Reagan
- "Play It ___, Sam"
- "Never Say Never ___" (Bond film)
- "Here we go __!"
- "Hello ____"
- "Encore," literally
- "Come ---?"
- ''To reiterate . . .''
- ''Come ___?''
- Word repeated on "Teletubbies"
- Until you get it right
- Time and time ___ (over and over)
- Steely Dan "Do It ___"
- Request to repeat
- Request from one who can't get enough
- Rehearsal shout
- Rehearsal direction
- Once's partner
- Once over
- How you can say that?
- How you can say that
- How to do it until you get it right
- How the unsuccessful try?
- Fussy director's order
- Finnigin's word
- Exhortation from a personal trainer
- Dokken "Alone ___"
- Conductor's command
- Coaching command
- Child's response to a favorite story
- Born-___ Christian
- Blink-182 "What's My Age ___?"
- Anthrax "Born ___ Idiot"
- A further time
- 1993 #1 hit for Janet Jackson
- "Would you run that by me ___?"
- "Won't Get Fooled ___" (The Who tune)
- "Time and __": illustrated Jack Finney novel
- "Seriously? Didn't we go over this?"
- "Repeat ..."
- "Please repeat . . ."
- "Oops! ... I Did It ___" (Britney Spears hit)
- "One more time"
- "Oh, no! Not ---!"
- "Oh, no, not ___!"
- "Not you __!"
- "Not ---!"
- "Never Say Never ___" (1983 James Bond movie)
- "Must this keep happening?!"
- "Like I said ..."
- "Let's try it from the top"
- "Let me repeat that . . ."
- "I'm in Love ___" (1956 Fats Domino hit)
- "From the top ..."
- "From the top . . ."
- "Do we have to keep doing this?!"
- "Didn't we take care of this the last time?!"
- "Didn't we just do this?"
- "Didn't we just deal with this?"
- "Come __?": "Huh?"
- "Come __?"
- "Begin ___" (Taylor Swift song)
- "Back in the Saddle ___"
- "Ask ___ later" (Magic 8 Ball phrase)
- "As I said before ..."
- "___, but Better" (Christine Riccio novel)
- 'I repeat ...'
- ''From the top!''
- a little bit more
- US news magazine with a profit repeatedly
- One more time
- In addition
- 1949 Doris Day hit
- Once more from the top
- "Not ___!"
- "Not you ___!"
- "Dead ___" (1991 thriller)
- Follower of "on" and "off" in a phrase
- "Come ___?" ("Could you repeat that?")
- Time's partner?
- On the other hand
- From the top
- "You ___?!"
- "Not you ___!?"
- "You can say that ___!"
- Not for the first time
- "Say what?"
- Director's order
- Till you get it right
- Not just once
- "Didn't we just have that?"
- Another time
- "To repeat ..."
- "From the top!"
- Question shouted in exasperation
- Demanding instructor's cry
- From square one
- "Let's take it from the top"
- "Didn't this happen already?"
- Cry after a roller coaster ride, maybe
- "You ___?"
- Hit song of 1948
- "Kiss Me ___": Herbert
- Ballad of 1948
- "There, I've Said It ___," 1941 song
- Cochran-Newman tune: 1948
- Once over lightly
- Encore, in plain English
- A second time
- "How's that ___?"
- "I'll Never Smile ___"
- In reply
- "Come ___ some time"
- Twice or more (with "once")
- "You ___," Klugman sitcom
- Muslim leader elected for a further time
- Military official elected — for a second term?
- A profit once more
- Cooking stove fashionable once more
- Cooker at home once more
- Once more in range earlier
- Old commander elected for the second time?
- Kitchen appliance belonging to another time
- Stove popular once more?
- Stove at home once more
- Saga inevitably reduced in length once more
- Not for first time opposed to abandoning street
- Further Away win
- For the second time
- For a second time
- Another win following ace
- Australian silverback at home once more
- Leader in Turkey's elected once more
- Leader abroad popular for the first time? No
- A profit one more time
- Range currently stocked? At a subsequent time, rather
- Beginning to anticipate win, once more
- A fellow enshrining monarch in charge by a country's memorabilia
- All over
- Now's partner
- Drill command
- Now partner
- "To reiterate ..."
- "One more time!"
- Time and ___
- Request for repetition
- Partner of now
- "What was that?"
- Yet another time
- "To repeat . . ."
- "Could you repeat that?"
- Blackjack player's request
- Director's direction
- Request from one not yet satisfied
- Time partner
- More than once
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Again \A*gain"\, Agains \A*gains"\, prep. Against; also, towards (in order to meet). [Obs.]
Albeit that it is again his kind.
Again \A*gain"\ (?; 277), adv. [OE. agein, agayn, AS. ongegn, onge['a]n, against, again; on + ge['a]n, akin to Ger. gegewn against, Icel. gegn. Cf. Gainsay.]
In return, back; as, bring us word again.
Another time; once more; anew.
If a man die, shall he live again?
--Job xiv. 14.
Once repeated; -- of quantity; as, as large again, half as much again.
In any other place. [Archaic]
On the other hand. ``The one is my sovereign . . . the other again is my kinsman.''
Moreover; besides; further.
Again, it is of great consequence to avoid, etc.
Again and again, more than once; often; repeatedly.
Now and again, now and then; occasionally.
To and again, to and fro. [Obs.]
Note: Again was formerly used in many verbal combinations, as, again-witness, to witness against; again-ride, to ride against; again-come, to come against, to encounter; again-bring, to bring back, etc.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
late Old English agan, from earlier ongean "toward, opposite, against, in exchange for," from on "on" (see on) + -gegn "against, toward," compounded for a sense of "lined up facing, opposite," and "in the opposite direction, returning." For -gegn, compare Old Norse gegn "straight, direct;" Danish igen "against;" Old Frisian jen, Old High German gegin, German gegen "against, toward," entgegen "against, in opposition to."\n
\nIn Old English, eft was the main word for "again" (see eftsoons), but this often was strengthened by ongean, which became the principal word by 13c. Norse influence is responsible for the hard -g-. Differentiated from against 16c. in southern writers, again becoming an adverb only, and against taking over as preposition and conjunction, but again clung to all senses in northern and Scottish dialect (where against was not adopted).
adv. 1 (label en obsolete) back in the reverse direction, or to an original starting point. (10th–18thc.) 2 back (to a former place or state). (from 11thc.) prep. (context obsolete or dialectal English) against.
"Again" is a song by American singer-songwriter Janet Jackson, appearing first as the closing song to Jackson's debut film, Poetic Justice (1993), and later included on her fifth studio album, janet. (1993). Written and produced by Jackson, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the ballad was released as the album's third single on October 12, 1993 by Virgin Records, and talks about reconnecting with an old flame. Originally an experimental sound Jam and Lewis was considering for the album, they did not give the song serious contemplation until the film producers from Poetic Justice requested a ballad for the film's soundtrack.
Critics were divided with "Again". Some critics praised it as a highlight from janet. and a classic, while other critics responded negatively to its sentimental lyrical content. However, "Again" became a commercial success, topping the US Billboard Hot 100 for two weeks in late 1993, while also reaching the top-ten in Canada, Sweden and the United Kingdom, and reaching the top-twenty elsewhere.
"Again" received Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations for Best Original Song. Two music videos for the song, directed by Jackson's then-husband René Elizondo, Jr., were released: one with and other without scenes from Poetic Justice. The song was covered by How to Dress Well for his second album, Total Loss and sampled by Iyaz on his single " Solo".
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"Again" is a song by Alice in Chains, released on their album Alice in Chains (1995). The song was included on the compilation albums Nothing Safe: Best of the Box (1999), Greatest Hits (2001), and The Essential Alice in Chains (2006). A remixed version of the song was included on the box set Music Bank (1999).
Again is the debut album from French musician Colder, released on Output Recordings on July 7, 2003. The album was produced in Paris, France, and features the singles "Crazy Love" and "Shiny Star."
The album was also released as a special edition with a bonus DVD. The album is out of print.
"Again" is Japanese pop rock singer-songwriter Yui's thirteenth single, and first single after she went on hiatus in November 2008. "Again" was released on June 3, 2009 by her label Studioseven Recordings and was released in two formats: CD and CD+DVD.
The single debuted atop the Oricon Weekly Single Chart becoming her fourth number-one single. The single has the highest opening week sales for a female act in 2009, which was previously held by Pop singer Ayumi Hamasaki's " Rule/Sparkle" for selling 95,000 copies in its first week.
"Again" is the first single by Flyleaf from their second album, Memento Mori. It was announced on July 29, 2009, that "Again" would be hitting radio August 25, 2009. The song was added to the play lists on Flyleaf's official site and the band's official Myspace page on August 19, 2009. The song was officially available for digital download on August 25, 2009. It is also featured in iPhone application Tap Tap Revenge 2, is downloadable content for Rock Band 2 and is a playable track in Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock and Power Gig: Rise of the SixString.
"Again" is a popular song with music by Lionel Newman and words by Dorcas Cochran. It first appeared in the movie Road House ( 1948), sung by Ida Lupino An instrumental rendition was used in the movie " Pickup on South Street" ( 1953). By 1949, versions by Vic Damone, Doris Day, Tommy Dorsey, Gordon Jenkins, Vera Lynn, Art Mooney, and Mel Tormé all made the Billboard charts.
"Again" is a song by American rock musician Lenny Kravitz, being the only new song from his first Greatest Hits album, released in 2000. Written, arranged and produced by himself, "Again" was initially set to be on his sixth studio album, however, Kravitz found out that the song didn't fit the tone of the album, releasing it as the lead-single from the compilation on September 14, 2000 through Virgin Records. The mid-tempo rock ballad finds Kravitz wondering if he will ever see his former lover again and if they will reunite once more.
"Again" received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who called it a magnificent and anthemic pounder. "Again" also won Kravitz a Grammy Award for Best Male Rock Vocal Performance in 2001, a feat he had already achieved twice consecutively, with " Fly Away" and " American Woman". Commercially, the single was successful, reaching the top-ten in seven countries, including the United States, where it reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming Kravitz's first solo top five hit in nearly nine years, while also topping the Italian charts. The song's music video was directed by Paul Hunter and stars Lenny and actress Gina Gershon as two-thirds of a romantic triangle.
"Again" is a song by American recording artist Faith Evans. It was written by Ivan Barias, Carvin Haggins, and Evans and produced by Carvin & Ivan for her fourth studio album The First Lady (2005). A midtempo R&B record with heavy neo soul and Motown influences, it features a sample from American soul group The Whatnauts' song "Genuine", penned by Jerry Harris, and Venus Dodson.
Released as the album's lead single, the song marked a top ten return for Evans on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, peaking at number seven, and charting at number 47 on the Hot 100 chart. It also returned her to the top 20 on the UK Singles Chart, where "Again" peaked at number 12.
Again (also known as Again '02) is the second studio album by K-pop group, Jewelry. It was released on July 31, 2002 on Star Empire Entertainment.
Again is the debut full-length album from Retro Grave. The album features original Trouble drummer Jeff Olson. The album was released initially in December 2008 as a download only via the band's website. One month later Michael Leonard Maiewski was added to the band for strings and back up vocals. A hardcopy of Again was released in February 2010 with Maiewski added to the mix.
Again is the second album by Australian dance music duo, Pnau. The album was released in 2003 on Warner Music Australia and reissued in the UK on independent record label Underwater Records.
Again is the second studio album by the pop rock singer Oliver released in 1970.
The song "Angelica" reached number 26 on the adult contemporary chart and number 97 on The Billboard Hot 100. "I Can Remember" reached number 24 on the adult contemporary chart. The album landed on the Billboard 200, reaching number 71.
Lunhui English name Again, is a Chinese rock band formed in 1991. They were one of the first Beijing rock groups to sign with a Japanese label, signing with JVC and producing the album Xīnlèjí in 1997.
Again is the fifth extended play by South Korean girl group T-ara, released on October 10, 2013 by Core Contents Media. It was the first album released after member Lee Areum left the group, and the first to feature the original six-member line-up since T-ara's debut.
Again (foaled 22 May 2006) was an Irish Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare. She was one of the leading Irish two-year-old fillies of 2008, when she won three of her five races including the Debutante Stakes and the Moyglare Stud Stakes. She recorded her most important win when taking the Irish 1,000 Guineas on her three-year-old debut, but was beaten in her three subsequent races.
is a 2015 Japanese drama film directed by Sumio Ōmori ( ja), based on the baseball novel by Kiyoshi Shigematsu. It was released on January 17, 2015. This film was shot at Koshien Stadium.
Again (stylized as again) is the fourth extended play by Japanese recording artist Ayumi Hamasaki from her fourteenth studio album Love Again (2013). The EP contains the songs "Wake Me Up", "Sweet Scar", "Snowy Kiss" and "Ivy", alongside remixes and instrumental versions of the original tracks. Produced by longtime collaborator Max Matsuura, Again is a pop EP.
Again was released as the second part of Hamasaki's fifteenth anniversary celebration on December 8, 2012 by Avex Trax. It received mixed reviews from music critics; some critics commended the songs "safe" composition while some criticized the production and delivery. Charted as a single on the Japanese Oricon Singles Chart, it reached number seven. All tracks from Again received an accompanying music video and was included on the DVD version.
Again is the Alan Stivell's seventeenth album released in 1993 under the Keltia III label by Disques Dreyfus and Sony Music in France. He registers again his greatest successes of the seventies with updated arrangements and help of prestigious guests : Kate Bush, Shane MacGowan from the Irish group The Pogues, the Senegal singer Doudou Ndiaye Rose, the French singers Laurent Voulzy and Breton singers Gilles Servat and Yann-Fañch Kemener.
The album, several times golden record with more than 300.000 sold copies, boosts the interest for the Celtic music, the base for a new wave of his popularity, especially in Brittany and in France. The public immediately acclaimed the album and Stivell during his French tour, with two concerts at the Bataclan, Paris, in January 1994. That is when the Héritage des Celtes of his former guitarist Dan ar Braz is going to arouse the craze of the general public.
"Again" is the fourth single by American rapper Fetty Wap from his self-titled debut album. It peaked at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Usage examples of "again".
I am to kill him over again, there is nothing for it but our abiding with him for the next few hours at least.
Yet how should he not go to Utterbol with the Damsel abiding deliverance of him there: and yet again, if they met there and were espied on, would not that ruin everything for her as well as for him?
He started to intone another spell, but the archmage struck again, seeking to dispel any enchantments or abjurations protecting the lich.
Even the news that the Yorktown, after quelling the fires and resuming fleet speed, had been torpedoed in a second attack, was again ablaze and listing, and might be abandoned, could be taken in stride.
Gate again, but that memory was literally ablaze with pain and he swiftly banished it.
And, again, there is no reference to aborting a fetus, which was a known practice at the time.
I strove again, then, to escape, pulling against the bonds, trying to abraid them against the back of the blade.
The Pleiades were all abuzz over the advent of their visiting star, Miss Frances Homer, the celebrated monologuist, who, at Eaton Auditorium, again presented her Women of Destiny series, in which she portrays women of history and the influence they brought to bear upon the lives of such momentous world figures as Napoleon, Ferdinand of Spain, Horatio Nelson and Shakespeare.
It was obvious by the clattering noises over the speaker that Abies was done with them again.
We saw the Picts sink into abysmal savagery, the Atlanteans into apedom again.
New Orleans, simply clothed in homespun cotton striped red and blue, abysmally poor and surrounded by swarms of children who all seemed to bear names like Nono and Vev6 and Bibi, cheerfully selling powdered file and alligator hides and going away again without bothering, like the Americans did, to sample the delights of the big city.
As a result, we did well academically and ended up going to Harvard over and over again, like addicts.
But Mary was shy of acceding to such invitations and at last frankly told her friend Patience, that she would not again break bread in Greshamsbury in any house in which she was not thought fit to meet the other guests who habitually resorted there.
They knew there would be acceleration again, if the Movable Feast were not to plummet through the inside surface of the habitat and out into space.
Again that strange, glorious accent that reverberated through her like a warm, soothing caress.