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Energy is definitely playing a role in reshaping the Mediterranean, but it is an effect rather than a cause.

“They” are reshaping the thoughts and feelings of our children.

Ancient empires were accustomed to reshaping the religious identities of those they bested in war.

He was ahead of his time, and he was a reshaping influence on our times.

First, the United States has become an empire, shaping and reshaping the world through its actions.

Much of the reshaping and all of the decorating was done, after business hours, by the clever and pious hands of the villagers.

He felt that his imagination was reshaping itself, preparing to receive an impression never experienced until now.

The schools of England are reshaping themselves—in fact, are being remade—as a result of the shortcomings set forth by the war.

From life and from books he drew his material, each time reshaping it with a master-hand.

She made over her old clothes, reshaping them so that they would last longer and still look stylish.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reshaping, such as: accommodation, adjustment, alteration, conversion, modification, and revision.

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