Examples of refashion in a Sentence
refashioned my old pair of jeans into a cover for my scrapbook
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Abramoff, the crooked conservative activist and lobbyist, refashioned himself after returning from prison as a chastened reformer.
And Amazon's tech heritage could completely refashion grocery stores from how they are laid out to what products are offered to how shoppers gather their purchases.
This is nowhere more obvious than in Hannibal, Fuller’s refashioned take on Thomas Harris’s Hannibal Lecter.
Years later state lawmakers are again trying to refashion the funding formulas for the state's approximately 5 million schoolchildren who are 52 percent Latino.
Voters ultimately need to approve any decision to refashion KCI’s three-terminal design into a single structure.
The hotel was refashioned from a section of the Pearl Brewery, an imposing 1894 building.
An tankard made in the 18th century was refashioned into a milk can in the 19th century, to reflect Industrial Revolution-era temperance movements.
The once-empty skyscrapers, vacant office towers and unfinished hotels and apartments of Tianjin are gradually filling up amid the central government’s renewed push to refashion the city into a crucial gateway for a revitalized Northern China.
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