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  • as inalter
  • as inmodify
  • as inreconstruct
  • as inreform
  • as inrepeat
  • as inrestate
  • as inrevolutionize
  • as inturn

synonyms for refashion

  • adjust
  • amend
  • change
  • develop
  • modify
  • reshape
  • revamp
  • revise
  • shift
  • transform
  • vary
  • adapt
  • convert
  • cook
  • diversify
  • doctor
  • metamorphose
  • mutate
  • recast
  • reconstruct
  • reform
  • remodel
  • renovate
  • transmute
  • turn
  • correct mid-course
  • dial back
  • fine tune
  • make different
  • phony up
  • recalibrate
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antonyms for refashion

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  • leave alone
  • remain
  • stagnate
  • stay
  • continue
  • fix
  • keep
  • maintain
  • preserve
  • retain
  • sustain
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    How to use refashion in a sentence

    I wish I could grasp the all in my hand and refashion it into something more perfect, more lasting, more beautiful.
    THE ROAD TO DAMASCUSAUGUST STRINDBERG
    There the former tried to refashion the work of many months--two hundred pages of a novel which the flames destroyed.
    PORT O' GOLDLOUIS JOHN STELLMAN
    It does not seek to refashion the State or to aid in its evolution toward social democracy.
    VIOLENCE AND THE LABOR MOVEMENTROBERT HUNTER
    They had meant to hug the right bank, but snow and ice refashion the world and laugh at the trustful geography of men.
    THE MAGNETIC NORTHELIZABETH ROBINS (C. E. RAIMOND)
    Brushing therefore to one side, and indeed quite forgetting my safe principles, I began to refashion and new-model the State.
    TRIVIALOGAN PEARSALL SMITH
    We are the descendants of men who fashioned parties in their beginning; and, if need be, we can refashion them.
    THE SOUTH AND THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENTWILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
    Contemplative and religious, his reverence for authority was unimpaired by any conscious need to refashion its meaning.
    THE MEDIAEVAL MIND (VOLUME II OF II)HENRY OSBORN TAYLOR
    What it usually does is to refashion an old one, or to devote an old one to new uses.
    A GRAMMAR OF FREETHOUGHTCHAPMAN COHEN
    Can it be that the morn shall fulfil My dream, and refashion our clay As the poet may fashion his rhyme?
    DREAMS AND DAYS: POEMSGEORGE PARSONS LATHROP
    You refashion Nature's garments, but you cannot vary by a jot the throbbings of her pulse.
    IDLE THOUGHTS OF AN IDLE FELLOWJEROME K. JEROME
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    WORDS RELATED TO REFASHION

    • analyze
    • consider
    • correct
    • polish
    • reassess
    • reevaluate
    • reexamine
    • refashion
    • replan
    • rethink
    • review
    • rework
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