Antonyms for re-writing

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


The true remedy for ambiguity is not punctuation, but re-writing.

And when I say 'writing'—O, believe me, it is re-writing that I have chiefly in my mind.

But Dante had no intention of re-writing the Summa in verse.

Buffon's "Studies of Nature" cost him fifty years of writing and re-writing before the work was published.

This seems to be all that can now be done towards Page 2756 re-writing the lost indictment under which Bothius was accused.

The letter c is not used by itself in re-writing for pronunciation, s or k being used instead.

Quaint, old, mouldy Halifax seems more attractive after re-writing this portion of its early history.

It will be seen that when you come to thousands and tens of thousands, a good deal of wiping out and re-writing may be required.

Much later many would claim that they were harassed by the Albanian majority but this sounds fake, a re-writing of history.

She had been asked for a poem, and had taken great pains with it, writing and re-writing it, hammering and polishing.