remaking[ verb ree-meyk; noun ree-meyk ]SEE DEFINITION OF remaking
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Idealists in France believed that America was leading in the remaking of the world.
If I had the remaking of man, he wouldn't have any conscience.
In addition to remaking the sledges, Bjaaland had to get the ski ready.
"Just remaking life a little for her," replied the other offhandedly.
Are they not merely a reversal of life's engine, rather than an unmaking and a remaking.
He plunged into the remaking of "Success" with characteristic abandon.
She had dreamed of a complete conquest of caste, and the remaking of a man.
She smiled courageously as she folded a piece of old silk she was remaking.
When she attended her second meeting of the Thanatopsis she said nothing about remaking the town.
But he has a way of remaking so creative that one might say that without him the Creator Himself would be a bit embarrassed.