re-write[ verb ree-rahyt; noun ree-rahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-write
Synonyms for re-write
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-WRITE
It is impossible for me at present to re-write it; it appears substantially as it was.
So I must erase and re-write, and dig away as hard as possible.
To follow Locke into these details would be to re-write the Essay.
I had no material to re-write this section; I did not wish to omit it.
Just bring in the facts and one of the re-write boys will put them in shape.
If Theology desires to move us, she must re-write her formulas.
It will be better to re-write them; a short poem should be of the first impression.
It was a work which he did not reproduce, because there were certain chapters which he wished to re-write.
He loves to take a tale and re-write it for the press by carefully expunging the facts.
We cannot re-write the whole of history for the purpose of gratifying our moral sense of what should be.