re-written[ verb ree-rahyt; noun ree-rahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-written
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He adds that the history of the Roman empire has still to be re-written.
Some of the letters had to be re-written, for he had dated them from Hilsey, and that would not do now.
The passages referring to it have therefore been re-written.
He could have re-written 'Sir Charles Grandison' from memory if every copy had been lost.
The developments of statistics are causing history to be re-written.
It must, unhappily, be re-written—too well written not to be.
A few letters have been re-written in black ink by a later hand.
It was re-written with what infinite pains and toil few can understand.
They were all some day to be re-written, printed and bound like regular books.
He has re-written the whole of it for me, and has otherwise assisted me in the matter of placing the book before the public.