Examples of refashion in a Sentence
refashioned my old pair of jeans into a cover for my scrapbook
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Sobchak has worked in recent years to refashion herself as more politically serious, but many observers doubt her intentions and worry about her impact on the race.
And their ascents are, in many ways, representative of paths now open to artists refashioning the culture, and, increasingly, the Grammys.
Mr Bekker refashioned it around new media, expanding its pay-TV business across Africa and investing in budding tech firms around the world.
Fischer’s resignation provides another opportunity to refashion the Fed’s policymaking committee.
In 1921, the Curtiss Candy Company refashioned its Kandy Kake into the Baby Ruth.
The remodeling, led by AODK Architects of Lakewood, refashioned interiors to provide a greater sense of spatial flow within the formal parlors and main hall of the mansion.
By Rogé’s second semester, the moderates had refashioned and rebranded themselves to become BridgeND.
It was later refashioned a number of times, by Queens Alexandra, Mary and Elizabeth, George VI’s wife.
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