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
There will be five actors, two dancers reimagining the fight sequences, narrator Olivia Dawson, and Matt Wallace recreating several key political speeches.
And recently, Miley showed up on set, getting fans to hope that the pair would recreate that iconic kiss scene (which was also their first ever kiss!).
And then there are those magical candles, which help authentically recreate a time about which much has been forgotten.
Old Time Radio returns to Hammond Public Library The members of Those Were The Days Radio Players — South Chapter will recreate radio's golden era at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Hammond Public Library, 564 State St., Hammond.
Any move to sunder diplomatic relations again would recreate a long-standing irritant for the region.
Her goal was to preserve or recreate an Afghan sense of identity.
All bodies are bathing suit bodies — and nothing proves that more than plus-size model and fashion designer Diana Sirokai recreating Kim Kardashian's white swimsuit photos.
Again, this is what Franco was bringing to the table: Fact: James Franco recreating The Shining is more scary than the actual Shining.
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Origin and Etymology of recreate
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsfreshen, recharge, renew, refresh, refreshen, regenerate, rejuvenate, repair, restore, resuscitate, revitalize, revive, revivify
Related Wordsmake over, overhaul, reclaim, recondition, reconstitute, redesign, redevelop, redo, reengineer, refurbish, rehab, rehabilitate, remake, remodel, renovate; refill, replenish, resupply; modernize, update
Near Antonymsdrudge, labor, plod, plug (away), slave, strain, strive, struggle, sweat, toil, work
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