refashion

verb
re·​fash·​ion | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈfa-shən How to pronounce refashion (audio) \
refashioned; refashioning; refashions

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refashioned my old pair of jeans into a cover for my scrapbook
Recent Examples on the Web The highlight here is the 65-page title story, which follows a sheltered Nebraska college kid on a trip to Italy to refashion himself into a cooler, more sophisticated version of himself. oregonlive, 23 June 2022 My New Republic colleague Kate Aronoff proposed last year that the United States join OPEC and refashion it into an organization to address climate change. Timothy Noah, The New Republic, 10 June 2022 But otherwise, Villanueva made an increasingly hard turn to the right to refashion himself as a conservative law-and-order sheriff. Los Angeles Times, 8 June 2022 And in the aftermath of 9/11, the Middle East took on importance as Washington hunted down terrorists and sought, however haphazardly, to refashion a political culture that had generated so much hate. Reuel Marc Gerecht And Ray Takeyh, WSJ, 22 Mar. 2022 If history is a guide, the Rams can refashion the line one of two ways: veteran players or rookies. Los Angeles Times, 19 Mar. 2022 In response to these critics, President Joe Biden forged the commission of 34 scholars, lawyers, and former government officials to explore ways to refashion the Court. Michael Bobelian, Forbes, 25 Jan. 2022 After decades of trying to refashion itself as a 9-to-5 business center geared toward commuters arriving by car, the city is attracting new residents who demand better amenities, higher levels of service, and a stronger sense of place. Steven Litt, cleveland, 22 Dec. 2021 In the process, Curry continues to refashion the 3-point line as his personal canvas, and with each week that passes, his record-setting total will grow: 2,977 career 3-pointers and counting in 789 games. New York Times, 14 Dec. 2021 See More

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First Known Use of refashion

1613, in the meaning defined above

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1 Jul 2022

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“Refashion.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/refashion. Accessed 3 Jul. 2022.

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