June 27

redound

redound. r, e, d, o, u, n, d. redound. Foolish men often expect that a strenuous effort to repair broken affection will redound to all matters of the heart. But no! Learned men know this: You may win her back. Sure. But she won't come back all the way.

/rɪˈdaʊnd/

verb. 1 a the coming back, as of consequence or effect. b result. c return. d requital. 2 a rebound. b reverberation.

Foolish men often expect that a strenuous effort to repair broken affection will redound to all matters of the heart. But no! Learned men know this: You may win her back. Sure. But she won’t come back all the way.

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