remade

[ verb ree-meyk; noun ree-meyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF remade
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REMADE

His imagination constructed and levelled, and rebuilt and remade.

Roger took the gun into the living tent and Ernest remade the pack.

The will had been remade six months before, after a good deal of consideration.

They may be seen at the manufacturers of rag and remade carpets.

A support line in the wood was remade and named Bunhill Row.

If the world is to be remade, it will have to be under the guidance of philosophy.

The road has been remade, so that it now zigzags steeply to an entrance from the north.

Terms in grammar must be remade for such extraordinary reckoning.

The Reformation was on, not to be stopped until all Scotland was harried and remade.

As it is, I have reconsidered my affairs, and have recently remade my will.

WORD ORIGIN

1630s, from re- "back, again" + make (v.). Related: Remade; remaking. As a noun, of movies, from 1936.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REMADE

altered

adjectivechanged

changed

adjectivetransformed
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