noun re·ma·nié \rəˌmänˈyā\

Definition of remanié



  1. :  a part or fragment (as a pebble or fossil) of an older formation incorporated in a younger deposit :  relict, residual

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Origin and Etymology of remanié

French, past participle of remanier to rework, rehandle, from re- + manier to handle, from Old French, from main hand, from Latin manus — more at manual

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to criticize severely

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