Antonyms for re-built

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Other cities have been re-built and re-peopled with equal rapidity.

Lately the house has been re-built, and it is now only a suburban gin-palace.

Every proposition has to be reduced to its lowest terms of thought and then re-built.

After the Restoration, it was re-built by good old Dr. Hackett.

In 1629 the upper part was blown down, and was re-built in 1633.

He is also said to have re-built the parish church, then situate in St. John's close, in the precincts.

Herein is a handsome room for the city Library, re-built in the Gothic taste, under the direction of the late Mr. Rawlins.

Johnson's old cabin was re-built; Blake removed to a clearing nearer Johnson's, and occupied by Sarah and her husband.

The other part of the mansion was re-built in 1618, excepting a wing which has been added within the last few years.

Two centuries after it was re-built, and in the Great Fire burnt down.