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The New Deal also reshaped what citizens thought their governments could do.

Dislike and resentment of Johnson reshaped Robert Kennedy's politics after 1963.

Tablets and cloud computing have reshaped the information industry.

But they also reveal that Romney has been reshaped by this campaign.

Charles Mann has argued that the arrival of malaria from Europe after 1493 reshaped the economies of the Americas.

The small stable was leased and cleansed and sufficiently reshaped to live up to its anxiously chosen name.

These neglected vines can rarely be reshaped and restored to their pristine vigor.

It is clear that these texts have been reshaped with the intention of adding to the glory of Marduk.

Helen's voice came to him, and Helen's face reshaped itself—a strange and lovely beacon over the engulfing waters.

This explains the special persecution at this time of the reshaped Jewish nation.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reshaped, such as: cooked, corrected, modified, transformed, updated, and adapted.

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