Definition of reincarnate
: to incarnate again
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Seventeen years after the tragedy, the one-time party place has been reincarnated as a more family-friendly tourist destination: Middle Bass Island State Park.
In April, Pith was reincarnated as a supper series, three nights a week, in a ritzy town house near the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
With his new name and spiritual awakening, Snoop Lion released Reincarnated, citing reggae legend Bob Marley as the inspiration behind the record.
Would like someone to reincarnate Howard K. Smith and Harry Reasoner show.
The event has been reincarnated for this Friday and Saturday at Side Street Studio Arts in downtown Elgin.
But, in terms of the direction his career is going—that is, David Bowie reincarnated—a shorter or medium style gives him surprisingly more versatility than a longer, harried style.
It was also reincarnated as a Broadway musical in 2014, starring Kelli O’Hara and Steven Pasquale.
The movie A Dog's Purpose, which tells the story of a dog who gets reincarnated to serve important purposes in people's lives, was marred with controversy after a video leaked showing purported instances of animal abuse on its set.
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