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warmed over

adjective as in corny

verb as in warm

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Some of her calls for activism read as warmed-over tracts from decades ago.

Boehner has brewed a warmed-over Mitt Romney plan while omitting the noxious idea of voucherizing Medicare.

Some conservatives are content to sit on the sidelines and decry the Obama approach as so much warmed-over socialism.

Warmed-over dinners are good enough in their place, but when we pay the same price, we have a right to be dainty.

It is difficult to use up corned beef, for it is not good sliced and warmed over, as most meats are.

Having breakfasted heartily on sourdough flapjacks, warmed-over baked beans and coffee, they were ready for anything.

Like Ben Hur, it was warmed over into a tremendously successful melodrama, and received the final compliment of parody.

The principal food of the party was tallow and some other substance, which was warmed over a fire on stopping at night.

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On this page you'll find 55 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to warmed-over, such as: banal, bathetic, bromidic, clichéd, common, and commonplace.

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

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