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noun as in reconstruction

noun as in reformation

noun as in restoration

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For the past four years, rapper and singer Future has been remaking rap in his unique image.

“I thought it was ludicrous,” says Jason Isaacs, when asked what his reaction was to the idea of remaking the Polanski classic.

But if you look from the outside-in, you can see the way forces beyond the Beltway are remaking the terms of Washington debate.

“Cutting back on fossil fuels will require remaking our world economy,” he said.

The way to fight that (short of totally remaking society) is to have very visibly expensive stuff.

Then I shall make new plans, or rather set myself to the remaking of old ones.

They pull the roads to pieces in order to find work for the unemployed, remaking them, across the campagna.

Expecting the world to pay you handsomely while remaking you is short-sighted, to say the least.

We can retain and transmit our own heritage only by constant remaking of our own environment.

Are they not merely a reversal of life's engine, rather than an unmaking and a remaking.


On this page you'll find 40 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to remaking, such as: rehabilitation, reorganization, repair, restoration, alteration, and conversion.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.