Antonyms for rebuilt
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REBUILT
Somewhere between 1267 and 1280 the Castle had been destroyed and rebuilt.
His imagination constructed and levelled, and rebuilt and remade.
Houses and offices were being altered or repaired or rebuilt.
The countess took the advice, and Bradgate never was rebuilt.
There are few of their churches which have not been rebuilt.
If they were supplied with a piece of garden, they rebuilt it and covered it so far as they could.
If they are not, they must first be demolished, before they are rebuilt.
Now the universities have been rebuilt, and more schools are being built every year.
This window was blown into the church in 1819, and then rebuilt.
In 1661 the west window was blown in, and was rebuilt in 1686.