This week, Jay Leno premiered his revamped talk show—but he's not the only game in town.
Any chance that fusty old uniform can get revamped into something more appropriately Batman-esque for the occasion?
The Warren Report faulted the Secret Service, which took the criticism to heart and revamped its practices.
I married Amanda, a strong-minded food writer, seven years ago: She revamped my fridge, and some of my other disaster areas.
Starting in September 2011, DC cancelled all of its existing titles, and debuted 52 revamped versions—Wonder Woman included.
There was the gossip of the town in which he lived as biting as the hoar frost, revamped and magnified to his hurt.
I'm the same Molly underneath even if I have been revamped and decorated.
It is old Protestantism revamped, and varnished with a mixture of rationalism and orientalism.
The revamped narrative is worth quoting in full for other reasons.
Thor and Odin will doubtless be revamped, and the rites of the Druids revived.
To improve by remaking; renovate; revise: We can't just patch it up; we need to revamp the whole proposal
[1850+; fr shoemakers, ''to replace the upper front part of a shoe'']