Antonyms for re-modelled

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He re-modelled it at great expense in the style of the Italians.

That idea Pope adopts; but the Kingdom of Dulness is re-modelled.

You carve his body about and leave it re-modelled and unscarred.

These paddles have been “re-modelled,” so to speak, to enable them to be used for what we may call flight under water.

It was also at this time that most of Komenský's educational works were written, though many were re-modelled later.

It exercised some remains of influence only on condition of being melted down and re-modelled in the crucible of Greek philosophy.

Or who will ever again venture to publish an abridged or re-modelled Iliad?

And this year particularly contrasts of colour are very much in vogue, so that your re-modelled jersey will be quite fashionable.

The building was re-modelled in 1868, and 37 new wards added, by Mr. G. Tyrrell.