resculpt

verb
re·​sculpt | \(ˌ)rē-ˈskəlpt \
resculpted; resculpting

Definition of resculpt 

transitive verb

: to sculpt (something) again "The statue was in about eight or nine pieces, and some other pieces were missing. So we had to resculpt the parts that were gone."— Stephen Tirone The headlights have also been resculpted, giving the car a more athletic appearance.— Feann Torr … spent weeks in the weight room resculpting her physique.— Marisa Wong In a few hours a storm can completely resculpt a beach.— Grant Shilling

First Known Use of resculpt

1948, in the meaning defined above

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