Examples of redefine in a Sentence
learning that he had been adopted forced him to completely redefine his identity
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Following in the footsteps of the Italian immigrants who made the South End their American home, Bosnian immigrants like Korkutovic and Duric rebuilt their own lives, but also redefined the traditionally Italian neighborhood.
View Slideshow Designer Kris Van Assche showed off redefined suits alongside short shorts at Paris Men’s Fashion Week yesterday as a legion of teen boys walked the runway for Dior Homme.
Rather, China will redefine global climate leadership to pursue the government’s immediate goals of national economic development, control of energy infrastructure and global economic competitiveness of Chinese industry.
A multi-million dollar infrastructure project that will redefine Palmetto Bay’s downtown core is one step closer to being built.
And under the new rules, international amateurs were redefined as under 25 years old and with less than six years of professional experience, up from 23 years old and less than five years of experience.
Prince William and Kate Middleton are on the road again, royally redefining bleisure.
For months after the stunning loss, Clinton mostly stayed out of the spotlight, opting instead to take long walks in the woods and reflect on the election that has redefined America's mission both at home and abroad.
In 11 years in St. Louis Pujols redefined the franchise, leading the Cardinals to just seven postseason appearances and two World Series titles.
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