Examples of recreate in a Sentence
supporters of preservation hope to recreate the architectural splendor that the old movie theater had when it first opened
an old summer resort where families have been recreating for over a century
Recent Examples of recreate from the Web
Chelsea Dumas respects de Frutos for not trying to recreate his 2011 success at Sadler’s Wells.
Hinckley vowed to recreate the Wirt-Emerson arts program and its elements of dance, band, orchestra, drama, piano, arts, and vocals.
In fact, it was being recreated right in front of us as people took selfies that mocked the Sugar Sphinx, sexualized her, and humiliated her.
Buschle will be recreating that pastrami, which was always made with the Colonel's pastrami spice blend.
Babylon Berlin, a fantastic new drama streaming on Netflix, lavishly recreates the period in all its jazzy and chaotic glory while underscoring the unrest and violent nationalism that would soon cause its destruction.
The colorful spring beauty trend may look tricky, but anyone can recreate the look at home with some vibrant eyeliner and a steady hand.
Tommy Cain of Dynasty Collection, who designed the king's crown and scepter, recreated Parker's crown in the center of the train.
For a new show at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York, multimedia artist Derrick Adams recreated a Utopian version of the Green Book, drawing from his research, imagination and inspiration from Jacob Lawrence’s Migration Series.
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Origin and Etymology of recreate
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of re-create
First Known Use of re-create
RECREATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of re-create for English Language Learners
: to make (something from the past) exist or seem to exist again : to create (something) again
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