[ree-kree-ey-shuh n]


the act of creating anew.
something created anew.

Origin of re-creation

First recorded in 1515–25; re- + creation Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Contemporary Examples of re-creation

Historical Examples of re-creation

  • It will be a re-creation though the body will return to its former state.

  • This is the day of growth, expansion, creation, and re-creation.


    Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson

  • It is for the artist to observe and apply them in his own work of re-creation.

  • This poem is the re-creation of a spiritual experience, a hymn of adoration.

  • Mam'selle Pauline had been touched by the re-creation of Valmet.

    Bayou Folk

    Kate Chopin

British Dictionary definitions for re-creation



the state or instance of creating again or anewthe re-creation of the Russian Empire
a simulation or re-enactment of a scene, place, time, etca re-creation of a vineyard kitchen
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