remold

verb
re·mold | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈmōld \
variants: (US) or chiefly British remould
remolded; remolding

Definition of remold 

transitive verb

: to mold (something or someone) again : reshape heat used to remold plastic … the idea that humans can be remoulded by their environment … —Ed West A once preppy college is remolding itself, and today almost 25 percent of the students … are minorities. —S. Reeves

First Known Use of remold

1600, in the meaning defined above

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