Thesaurus / recreate
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Barry was no revivalist; he never attempted to recreate Greek architecture on English soil.
And that therefore we are to recreate ourselves by lawfull recreations.
THE HISTORY OF GAMBLING IN ENGLANDJOHN ASHTON
To ride well is to recreate the fabulous centaur of Thessaly.
DWELLERS IN THE HILLSMELVILLE DAVISSON POST
The class that has monopolized the Riviera has tried to recreate Paris in the Midi.
RIVIERA TOWNSHERBERT ADAMS GIBBONS
It desires to recreate an emotion, not to reproduce an object.
ANCIENT ART AND RITUALJANE ELLEN HARRISON
Permanently installed in Jimmy Holden's brain by the machine itself were the full details of how to recreate it.
THE FOURTH RGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
So it is possible for only six busy men to recreate themselves after a hard days work with a first Greek Grammar.
THE AMENITIES OF BOOK-COLLECTING AND KINDRED AFFECTIONSA. EDWARD NEWTON
If He so wills, He can annihilate the world in a moment of time and, if it seem good to Him, recreate it in an instant.
THE FAITH OF ISLAMEDWARD SELL
It is an ideal medium with which to recreate the fauns, satyrs and nymphs of the garden.
GARDEN ORNAMENTSMARY H. NORTHEND
Nobody can recreate and explain the art of a dead actor to the next generation.
SEEING THINGS AT NIGHTHEYWOOD BROUN
WORDS RELATED TO RECREATE
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