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adjective as in rebuilt

adjective as in remodeled

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A dam now in place on the Thai side of the line prevents the railway from being reconstructed in its entirety, he explains.

As this novel is largely about memories, I reconstructed Beijing from my memories.

There was no sniper nest, that was another thing that was reconstructed later.

James Joyce bragged that if Dublin suddenly ceased to exist, it could be reconstructed, brick by brick, from the pages of Ulysses.

The Maybach that they bashed and reconstructed for their dazzling “Otis” music video was no longer usable as a car.

When the rest of the sentence is added, “trying to learn my geometry lesson,” the whole has to be reconstructed.

It may then be reconstructed without the aid of visible signs, either written or printed.

If he admitted this, then his whole career would have to be reconstructed.

In the light of events, Renwick willingly reconstructed his estimate of Selim.

The gentleman introduced himself as Mr. Summers (half apologetically), a reconstructed rebel.


On this page you'll find 39 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reconstructed, such as: built, fixed, mended, reorganized, repaired, and restored.

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