Thesaurus / rehash


Given the millions more who have watched the Netflix series “The Crown,” Morton’s narrative arc has the inescapable feeling of rehash.BEFORE HARRY AND MEGHAN, THE WINDSOR SISTERS STIRRED THE POT. A NEW BOOK DELVES INTO THEIR STORY.LOUIS BAYARDMARCH 12, 2021WASHINGTON POST
I am not going to take your time to rehash any controversies referred to in the eloquence from the State of Washington.PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND NATIONAL CONSERVATION CONGRESSVARIOUS
Articles and essays, which are merely a rehash of other publications, it has not been deemed necessary to mention.THE CRIMINAL PROSECUTION AND CAPITAL PUNISHMENT OF ANIMALSEDMUND P. EVANS
The tendency of old communities is to rehash the traditions until they become authority.JEWEL WEEDALICE AMES WINTER
The Report is actually a rehash of major provisions in the 1960 Democrat and Republican party platforms.THE INVISIBLE GOVERNMENTDAN SMOOT
"No—that is—only a rehash of what they said before," returned Harcourt without opening the paper.A FIRST FAMILY OF TASAJARABRET HARTE
Chairman Reid called Gray's statement a rehash of Army accomplishments "with no indication of significant change or step forward."INTEGRATION OF THE ARMED FORCES, 1940-1965MORRIS J. MACGREGOR, JR.
We all go to those who have thought and wrought before us, and hash and rehash their material.BARBARA'S HERITAGEDERISTHE L. HOYT
Their conversation was, as in the majority of salons elsewhere, a verbal rehash of what they had read in the morning papers.ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, VOLUME 5 (OF 13)GUY DE MAUPASSANT
But now that's been done for us: the Door is shut, we need never again rehash the past or the future.THE BIG TIMEFRITZ REUTER LEIBER


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