re-made[ verb ree-meyk; noun ree-meyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-made
Antonyms for re-made
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-MADE
Some jests have been progressive—they have been re-made to suit the times.
But it is the design itself, or at least one half of the design, that needs to be re-made.
Anunda had given some of her old things to be broken up and re-made.
The film has recently been re-made but has not yet reached the USA.
The garden in front has been re-made with a careful eye to its old beauties.
The ceilings were all re-made with cornices which cost six francs a foot.
I think we made rather too many rules, and that we re-made them too often.
He took a long walk that afternoon, and re-made his noon-hour resolution.
When Hope returned, and the sheets were aired, we re-made the bed.
The hall was full of creatures made in the exact image of Gud and in the image of the soul that Gud had re-made in his own image.