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  • verbrenew
  • verbamuse
  • verbplay

synonyms for recreated

  • exhilarate
  • recreate
  • refurbish
  • reinvigorate
  • brace
  • continue
  • extend
  • freshen
  • furbish
  • gentrify
  • mend
  • modernize
  • overhaul
  • prolong
  • reaffirm
  • reawaken
  • recommence
  • recondition
  • reestablish
  • refit
  • refresh
  • regenerate
  • rehabilitate
  • rejuvenate
  • remodel
  • renovate
  • reopen
  • repair
  • repeat
  • replace
  • replenish
  • restate
  • restock
  • restore
  • resume
  • resuscitate
  • retread
  • revamp
  • revitalize
  • revive
  • spruce
  • stimulate
  • transform
  • begin again
  • breathe new life into
  • bring up to date
  • fix up
  • give a new look to
  • go over
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antonyms for recreated

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  • break
  • damage
  • destroy
  • finish
  • halt
  • hurt
  • kill
  • leave alone
  • maintain
  • ruin
  • shorten
  • stop
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How to use recreated in a sentence

Phyllis recreated vividly with words the suspense they had 50 felt while fumbling around in the dark of the passages.
THE ADVENTURE GIRLS AT K BAR OCLAIR BLANK
After this they recreated themselves with singing musically, in four or five parts, or upon a set theme, as it best pleased them.
THE BEST OF THE WORLD'S CLASSICS, RESTRICTED TO PROSE, VOL. VII (OF X)--CONTINENTAL EUROPE IVARIOUS
All shall perish but one pure pair, who will people the recreated world.
MYTHS AND LEGENDS OF OUR OWN LAND, COMPLETECHARLES M. SKINNER
These things take shape in the mind of the reader; they are recreated and set up where the mind's eye can rest on them.
THE CRAFT OF FICTIONPERCY LUBBOCK
The house after Dickens's time became a Jews' college, and the pupils "recreated" in the novelist's theatre-garden.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN LONDONMRS. E. T. COOK.
Svirski had marvelled always that the Renaissance had not recreated the symbol of death.
HANIAHENRYK SIENKIEWICZ
Thomas A. Janvier has recreated antique Mexico for us in his stories of ghosts and saints, of devils and miracles.
THE SUPERNATURAL IN MODERN ENGLISH FICTIONDOROTHY SCARBOROUGH
And I had the divine sensation of being recreated, fashioned for some happier destiny.
THE JESSICA LETTERS: AN EDITOR'S ROMANCEPAUL ELMER MORE
The spirit of the race deserved and created and was again in turn recreated by its religion.
ALBERT DURERT. STURGE MOORE
It had been behind the revolution that had recreated an absolutist monarchy in Spain.
ASTOUNDING STORIES OF SUPER-SCIENCE, OCTOBER, 1930VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO RECREATED

  • converted
  • metamorphosed
  • recreated
  • remade
  • transfigured
  • transmuted
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